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  1. From the album: OLRE16

    Drilling ring and oled window in PMMA
    3 points
  2. From the album: GMAprogrammer: MA4PC a Midi Lighting Controller

    The last few days where very frustrating cause of many bugs that apeared during the assembling of the lighting desk. Thanks again to TK who gave me the Input which helped me to overcome this issues. Some of them are still there but they will be solved after i put it through some Testgigs. For Backup there will be always another Lightingdesk connected in a Fulltracking Session next to my MA4PC.
    3 points
  3. From the album: Barcode's Stuff

    The enclosure came in on Thursday and finished building it on Friday! Woohoo!
    3 points
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  5. From the album: dipCoreF4

    And it works :)
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  7. From the album: OLRE16

    First ring is gradation from green to red with its step index in white Second blue to red, step index off
    2 points
  8. From the album: OLRE16

    Use Black(off) and white colors, keyboard like.
    2 points
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  12. From the album: Altitude's pics

    Transflective display!
    2 points
  13. © 2015 latigid on

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  15. Frontpannel from my DIY Synth "DE:GENERATOR"
    2 points
  16. From the album: Hawkeyes MB stuff

    (panel not properly attached yet, just a teaser! :-))
    2 points
  17. From the album: Altitude's pics

    Max525 Aout module with gate buffer/adjustable level shifter
    2 points
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  19. From the album: My DAW Controller project "DRAGONXT"

    This is the real deal. My design printed on a sheet of aluminium 300x200mm for about $28. The texture is great, the finish is matt and looks quite professional in my opinion. My only reservation towards this approach is that colors from screen and the finished product differs quite alot. Now the next thing is to drill the holes for the components.
    2 points
  20. My beloved SEQ V4 The UI is reduced for my needs - working with it is very intuitiv always loved this Step-Buttons blue LED's are indeed very bright (used 3k) but the photo over-accentuates it case was ordered from Schaeffer - great Quality!!! This Sequencer is AMAZING
    2 points
  21. Too bad I missed that last Waldorf knob buy, but it still looks pretty awesome, IMHO. This thing came out amazing. Thanks so much TK and MIDIbox for all your work on this. Thank you to the community here too, who helped me at each step of the way that I found a way to mess up. Seriously, I'm gonna get a lot of great use out of this box. I'm looking forward to trying another one soon.
    2 points
  22. From the album: Barcode's Stuff

    The first version of my budget enclosure for the SEQ. The overall height of the enclosure will be 46mm. Mounting hole are for the LPC17 Core, AOUT NG, and the Quad IIc_Midi. The current design quotes at $46 USD.
    2 points
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  24. From the album: MB808 done at last!

    © CC BY-NC-SA

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  27. From the album: AOUT + AIN + EURO

    © 2016 latigid on

    1 point
  28. From the album: CRUMAR 198 Midification

    a "Fingerhut" to protect from heated parts... (orginally needet for to protect from neadle stings)
    1 point
  29. From the album: eptheca

    Radio buttons :)
    1 point
  30. From the album: MIDIbox FM V2.0 Prototype

    Looks a bit like a control panel from an alien starship, no?
    1 point
  31. From the album: My DAW Controller project "DRAGONXT"

    Just bought a 20x4 LCD with an integrated I2C on eBay and decided to incorporate it in this project.
    1 point
  32. I bought a Red LCD, when i plugged it in i discovered it was Orange?, tried a BLUE and Green screen but rather liked the Orange. The pots were a chance find on e-bay, i love the industrial look of them.
    1 point
  33. From the album: MIDIbox ASIDITY

    We finally finished soldering the SIDFB module boards! Each board contains two SIDs and their shift registers; a CD4052-based digitally-controlled filter capacitor switching circuit, 4 pairs capacitors per SID; LM1973-based digitally-controlled audio attenuators controlling feedback to self, feedback to other SID on the board, feedback to SID on next board, external audio output, and master L and R outputs; and the mixer circuit for all the feedback inputs (and external input) to each SID. The boards are custom-manufactured. The total across all four boards: eighty ICs, 248 resistors, 224 c
    1 point
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