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Saturday, May 23, 2020 Module Updates

New V4 Airways firwmare update (code-name 'Total Nightmare')

Published on May 23, 2020 TheEndorphines

"Introducing the V4 firmware update for Blck_Noir, Grand Terminal, Milky Way and Squawk Dirty modules.
BN, GT and MW obtained new reverse reverb, GT and SD has a new comb filter with self oscillating resonator along with bug fixes. MW has a new saturator on the end range of its volume knob"

Audio update of Milky Way, Squawk Dirty, Blck_Noir and Grand Terminal modules

Published on May 23, 2020 TheEndorphines

"Due to various requests, here is the simplest firmware update algorithm of series of modules Milky Way, Squawk Dirty, Blck_Noir and Grand Terminal.

1) Download the latest firmware from our website:

2) Select your audio output in OSX to be headphones. The ideal volume level is one bar below the maximum audio level.

3) Power on your system while holding TAP (MODE) button on the module you are updating. Bank LED will start blinking BLUE (GREEN), this means it is now waiting for an update file.
4) Plug a 3.5mm mono cable from your computer’s headphone output to IN1/AUX input on MW/SD,/GT/BN). Make sure the best out level trimmers are tuned all the way CCW. Plugging in a cable might cause a spike in the audio, so in case the LED starts blinking red just press the TAP/MODE button again.
5) Turn WiFi off to not disrupt the update procedure, play the latest firmware audio file. The module’s led will be continuously blinking fast (green or blue depending on the module), this means the update is running. If the led turns red during the update, it means something went wrong, restart the update process and try again, make sure the audio level is one bar below maximum and all the audio input level trimmers are turned fully CCW."

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