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I would snip the 2 black wires close to the faulty LED, strip back the black wires a little, solder the new led to that and (possibly) wrap in insulation take.Good luck :D
I reckon the leds are in a series/parallel circuit. If one of the leds is knackered it would cause all those in its series to fail - you could try shorting out one non illuminated led at a time, if doing so lights up the rest you know that is the one to replace.
Hi Cede, Let me know what OS and kernel version are you using, I’ll then see if I can replicate the issue you are having.
Hi Robert, are you able to pull the circuit board along with the orange part out all in one piece?
Hi Robert, are you able to pull the circuit board along with the orange part out all in me piece?
Hi there, I don't have a Pi available at the moment, but I noticed requirements.txt was missing from pibeat.tar.gz - I have now added it.Could you redownload it and follow step 13 again. When you run...pip3 install -r requirements.txtdoes it give an error?
Hi Kevin, the button is on different circuit so can make them light up regardless of the button being pressed. Did you try a fresh battery?
Hi Robotski,Great to hear you liked it.I didn't create a way to save sequences in the visual drum sequencer, but you can add and remove beats so in theory you can do any time signature.The sequence in the video is actually in 3/4 time - instead of using the drum sequencer I scripted it so I could save it, you can take a look at that here:https://gist.github.com/mnkii/917205e9925a66154875...
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Hi GuyWithAMicrophone,I reckon requirements.txt needs fixing - try replacing the line:gevent_socketio==0.3.6withpython-socketio==4.3.1 Rerun "pip3 install -r requirements.txt" and then "python3 server.py" and let me know if it fixes it.
Hi there,The Pi has 28 GPIO pins so you would first have to find a way around that, you could try this: https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/3...I have never used a port expander, but presuming they give access to the extra pins as additional GPIO numbers, then you can just add them to the pins array and update the defaultSequence in https://github.com/mnkii/pibeat/blob/master/src/e... then compile the app using angular.
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