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  1. Hello friends. I am Rolf and I would like to share my latest DIY project "Jeannie" with you. It is an 8 voices polyphonic synthesizer based on a Teensy 4.1 board. I started doing it last summer. Now I have built an effects circuit for the synthesizer. "Jeannie" DIY Synthesizer Effect circuit Video The Fx menu in the synth is almost ready. The new one is still missing Display of the parameter values after a program change. There are more videos on my youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXQSpP0qn5MXSkyDo6PZ4Cw Greetings from ge
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  2. Thank you for making this clear, Martin. The question is still unanswered if itˋs possible to use Vice via Asid with a Midibox SID to configure DSP Clone Settings instead of a real C64.
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  3. Hello, it is quite different. If you use ARM2SID with the second SID2 socket, connect it with provided 6 pin wire, and configure it to SOCKET configuration (it is by default) it behaves in 2 SID sockets as 2 SIDs. No doubling the output, ARM2SID has enough processing power so it can process 3 SIDs inside, so in 2 SOCKET configuration it processes both SIDs (the chip select and R/W is brought to the main chip by the wire) and sends the second SID audio back to the SID2 socket by another wire. Thus ARM2SID in socket configuration with SID2 socket and the 6pin wire behaves exactly as 2 ARMSI
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  4. Hello, after long time im back here. with a builded V4+ . Now i own a v4 lite and a v4+.
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  5. Here is mine :) Only heard about this project last week and now I'm the owner of this beautiful beast. Thanks Peter and Andy for all the help (me spamming you) in the last few days :)
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  6. A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away... I bought a sammichFM kit without the case (the reason was I did not like how the laser cut box was looking). I installed my machine in a Teko box, making it even uglier The poor machine was forgotten a few years in a cupboard, and thanks to the lockdown in France, I found it a few weeks ago, covered in dust. As the original case made by Wilba has disappeared from the Web a long, long time ago, I decided to make a 3D printed case for the machine. As you can see, result is not bad (and much better than this awful Teko enclosure)... Th
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  7. https://www.reichelt.de/schiebepotentiometer-stereo-10-kohm-linear-rs60n12-lin10k-p73870.html?&trstct=pol_1&nbc=1 yes they are good ones (i use them live, and move them a lot!...) The need to be snapaction knobs with a white cap with the measurements of 5mm per side. I couldn’t finde the right ones even after quite some hours of searching. Maybe I’m just searching without the right search terms? Maybe someone of you knows the answer to that problem picture? what is a snapaction knob? There is no USB port on these modules right? right! since u use a couple of 32Bit
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  8. Quick test for CC automation. The HAARP is only connected to my laptop and Ableton Live is running. Live gives the sync. Only the Drum Track is programmed. I play with 4 differents clips. There's 3 synth used, BAss, Saw and Choir they are some of the basic provided with Ableton, no sequence, direct input are activated on the synth tracks. Preset, Mute change, and some of the parameters of the HAARP are automated, by a previous MIDI record.
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  9. Calculate 3 digit capacitor: 330 (kiloohm.info) 22 and 470nF it is.
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  10. I can certainly help out with preprogrammed PICs. I also have left over inventory of all the other key ICs to make a MB6582 or sammichSID Send me a DM for details... -Darrell
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  11. Minor request: When using a track to control the clock division of another track, the values are offset by -1 from the settings in the clock divider menu. For example: setting a value of 16 in the sequencer sets the clock division to 17. Would it be possible for the values in the sequencer to match 1:1 with the value of the clock setting menu? Thank you as always for your continued efforts :)
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  12. Hi Bruno. Whenever you'll be ready, you can pass the manual to me for reviewing. BR, Flavio. PS: any news about the enclosure?
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  13. [3D Printable Front Panel File for use by Wiki] mbqg_fp_modledrings_Holes_Moved_ready_to_print.zip Attached is an STL file of the front panel with raised lettering for use with 3D Printing To produce a bi-coloured panel with a different colour for the lettering please follow this easy guide: This file is provided as a lower cost method for producing a 3D printed front panel as opposed the cost of having an alluminium panel milled by Schaeffer which costs 410 euro in the EU excluding shipping. However, it may be better to use an SVG file to have acrylic laser cut, which wil
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  14. Here are some additional 3D Models / STL files for the Buttons and Light pipes converted to the metric system for 2mm Panels: mbqg_fp_buttons converted to mm for 2mm panel.stl mbqg_fp_ledpipes converted to mm for 2mm panel.stl And these files are for 3mm panels with the appropriate mesh extruded / lengthened. mbqg_fp_buttons converted to mm for 3mm panel.stl mbqg_fp_ledpipes converted to mm for 3mm panel.stl
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  15. Here's a tip for anyone who wants an easy way of having raised lettering on their 3D prints with a different colour to the case itself. Print the case with lettering with the same colour filament you want the raised lettering to have. Paint or (spray paint is probably best) the entire case in the colour you want the case to be. Then simply sand the lettering with sand paper and the original filament colour will come through. I saw this method posted in a facebook Flight Sim group where a user 3D printed his own Boeing 737 panels:
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  16. pcbs arrived, and soldered... and as extension http://wiki.midibox.org/lib/exe/fetch.php?w=500&tok=4b8756&media=phatline:lre5-lcd2-3d-top.png
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  17. nice. Need to start paying more attention here, lots of great projects slipping under the radar
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  18. I bought two pairs of ARM2SIDs, here's my experience. The first thing to say is: in my opinion one should not buy one ARM2SID for their MBSID for any reason. Buy two ARMSIDs instead. If it's true as dwestbury says a few messages above — and it would seem to be true — then the other chip in an ARM2SID pair is a dummy which makes no actual sound; instead the sound of the main chip is just doubled. Obviously that doesn't produce a stereo sound, only a louder mono sound. Maybe that's what a C64/128 user needs, but it's the wrong solution for an MBSID. Fortunately I could use the main ARM
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  19. Well done to #42! Is it the answer to the question "what is the meaning of life, the universe and everything?"
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  20. Hello Forum, it is done. Another Midibox V4SEQ+ is in heavy use since today! I started soldering during the christmas holidays, doing a lot of mistakes like confusing SMD Resistor Arrays on the JA Board, mixing up the direction of the LED matrix and finally forgot to put the J5 jumper for the 5 Volts on the core board the project is finished. Peter and Andy helped me so much via E-Mail. So, here´s a little story: In 2005 I built my second midibox based on the PIC and now after 15 years a lot of things in my life changed, since 2012 I have my degree in electrical engineering
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  21. @latigid on Thanks, Andy... belatedly, here it is, the centre-piece of the studio! It may be a record in terms of slowness to post... :) @HawkeyeThanks, Peter - same to you!
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  22. This is it! I finished my one. What a great device! Needs some patience, but very satisfying to see, how it grows. Many thanks to all who made this possible! Great job! regards, roland
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  23. Hi! I had the LPC17 core PCB for a long time, but ordered the LPC1769 only last week. Yesterday morning when I wanted to solder the header I was surprised when I noticed (before soldering) that they don't match the one on the PCB... After reading that post, I decided to solder them, remove the black plastic holder, and bend the pin to match the already soldered(about 1 year ago...) female connector on the PCB (The header on LPC1769 were soldered not "fully inserted", so I have enough room on each pin to bend them 2 times). Here's some pictures :
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