A tool to communicate with Peterson's BBS-1 metronome
This is mainly an experiment involving reverse engineering a cool piece of harware and a pretext for learning Python, pygobject (GTK+ 3), getext and pygame midi.
Thanks to Peterson's Vice President Patrick Bovenizer for sending me the protocol's documentation even if somewhat outdated.
- Basic GUI
- Autodetection of the device (usbmidi)
- Reconnection to the device
- Error handling (midi initialization, device not connected or not responding)
- Displaying bootup mode and hardware/firmware versions
- Display device content
- Send firmware update
- Check for firmware update
- Extract tempo maps
- Send tempo map
- Tempo map wizard
- i18n (getext)
- Wireless protocol
- Support having multiple BBS1 connected
- Python 2 or 3
Copyright (C) 2012-2015 Raphaël Doursenaud firstname.lastname@example.org
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