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  1. YEAH! Weihnachten ist gerettet!! Muss jetzt nur noch jemanden finden, der sich um meine Kinder und Arbeit kümmert. Ich habe zu tun...
  2. Bonjour, Je souhaite améliorer une table de mixage pour que les fader puisse contrôler mon logiciel de son (tout en concevant leur fonction première). Donc 32 potards réel reliés à 32 virtuels via une Midibox en USB. Je ne sais pas exactement ce qu'il me faut comme matériel, un CORE et une carte USB c'est sûr mais pour le reste je ne sait pas si j'aurai besoin de LCD et des autres cartes. Si quelqu'un qui a réalisé un projet similaire (ou pas) pouvait me donner quelques conseils ce serai super!!!
  3. Hi all, I am wisefire. I was kind of active on here a long time ago, and I promised that one day i'll be back to complete (and document) my Midibox SID. Well the time has come to build it. I have the version of wilbas MB6582 core board directly from wilba. The idea back when I bought it was to build my own control surface around it, to be honest if I could make that choice right now I wouldn't be so sure, but i've got all the buttons and stuff for it already so let's start this adventure! Soldering the resistors was first, here is a timelapse. The next evening came the capacitors. i'll keep you guys posted!
  4. Hey everyone! I have been working on my SID synthesizer for the past couple months. I have the Core and SID modules (that I got from SmashTV) assembled, and my parts for the minimal control surface finally came in the mail. I have attached images of the 2x20 LCD that I will be using. The problem I am having is that I do not know where to go to find documentation on how to wire this display up so that it will function with the rest of my modules. I bought it assuming that these universal displays have some sort of standardization. Given that you guys have set up an LCD display before what would you suggest? Now for the power supply. I am going to find an old C64 power supply for sale (the commodores I ordered did not come with them) and follow this schematic: http://ucapps.de/mbhp/mbhp_sid_c64_psu.pdf The ground, J2, and J3 go to an audio Jack but I don't plan on using one. I want to use the midi out to connect to my computer where I hope to control my synthesizer in Propellerhead Reason 7. Before I deviate from the documentation I wanted to ask your opinion on this change to the design. Thanks in advance!
  5. Good day MIDIbox community, I'm thinking about making a MIDIbox CV for my Yamaha CS-10 synthesizer and I'm wondering if they'll work together. The Yamaha CS-10 uses Hz/V of C1 = 0.25V, C2 = 0.50V, C3 = 1.00V, C4 = 2.00V.. and therefore have different voltages then (for example) the Korg synths. I read in another topic () that there are problems getting the MIDIbox CV to work with these older Yamahas. Does anyone have experience connecting a Yamaha CS to the MIDI CV? I really like to know if it will work. Or can someone give me some advice to make it work probably? Otherwise I'll go and buy a Kenton Pro Solo but I prefer a DIY solution a lot more because I like to make things. I think the MIDIbox is interesting and a great project to work with! Another quick question about the MIDIbox CV: If I'll buy a MIDIbox core with a PIC that already includes a bootloader; do I need to buy a burner to write the MIDIbox CV application to the PIC? Thanks a lot. Cheers, Cesar
  6. hey all i'm trey from the uk and i'm toatly blind i'm interested in the midibox seqv4l but i want to know if it is possible to add the following controls to make it easier to use for me. fi want to add latching switches for each of the 16 steps so i can feel my way around my pattens i would also like to add big knobs that click when you turn them (i don't know the technical term) for selecting the modes chiewsing the track and channel and moving around the bars in the pattens is this possible? i found a person in the uk who can build me a midibox would it be ok if he came on here to ask for help and advice? also is there any on here who is an expert in aluminium or steal cases or aloominim cases? your help with these questions would be most welcome kind regards trey.
  7. From the album: MIDIbox ASIDITY

    The front panel is finally working! It's not entirely done--we have to get the LED displays and LCDs working, but the matrix works!
  8. From the album: MIDIbox ASIDITY

    This is one of the four SIDFB module boards that will be in MIDIbox ASIDITY. It 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 board contains twenty ICs, sixty-two resistors, fifty-six capacitors, six transistors, and fifteen connectors, for a total of 650 holes.
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