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  1. My MIDIBOX SID build is using the MB-6582 main board and a custom control surface. I'm building it inside a VIC-20 case and the control surface is built on a modified keyboard using the keys as buttons. The encoders I got push up through the holes in the keyboard tray. Due to a lack of room I'm not including the matrix. LEDs are placed around the keyboard area and my attached layout shows where I'm thinking of putting them. I went through a bunch of different layout ideas and ultimately went with whats attached. I tried to keep knobs near the edges so i can put labels right next to them.
  2. Hi all, My beloved MB-6582 has developed a problem with the rightmost menu button, i.e., the one used to select the SAV page. It used to work, but now when I press it, it selects either the ENV or MOD page instead, irrespective of what page is actually shown above it. This means I’m no longer able to save any patches. Does anyone know what the cause might be? Hardware or software? I’m not sure how to begin diagnosing it. Thanks in advance for any help.
  3. Hola, Could spare two hours for the first jam in 2018 :), this time with MBLoopA, MBProgramma and the MB-6582 :) Me had some troubles with the Programma, as it was suddenly inoperational from one day to the next, fortunately only the SD card was damaged, no file system could be recognized. I just formatted it, restored the files and all is well again - the prototype still works :). In this track, the Programma is used to control the bassline synth, the Ensoniq ESQ-M (the spiritual successor of the C64 SID, also from Bob Yannes). Some wild osc-octave switching with qu
  4. As the title says, If anyone has a spare set of front and rear panels they want to sell then I'd be interested in buying them. I'm not too concerned about colour or condition, only that the price including shipping to New Zealand beats what I'd need to pay to fabricate a new set.
  5. Hello guys! Finally I reached my hands to try to fix jumping behavior of non-detented encoders on my MB-6582. Wilba says that only one (menu) encoder has to be left detented in his CS construction guide. I'm curious then why ALL 15 encoders are assigned as MIOS_ENC_MODE_DETENTED3 in setup_mb6582.asm by default ? Were MIOS_ENC_MODE_DETENTED* modes designed only for detented encoders? As for my non-detented ALPHA encoders MIOS_ENC_MODE_NON_DETENTED works best. However, not perfect (it's more noticeable on large range values like cutoff): even if I move encoder very slowly, sometim
  6. I don't think I've ever posted some sounds in this forum so with a little inspiration from Hawkeye its time to start! Heres a short dub techno jam with MB-6582 on chord duty, going into a Zoom MS-100BT pedal, Roland JU-06 provides the background sequence and a Yamaha RS7000 provides drums.
  7. Making a big Mouser order for the MB-6582 parts I couldn't source from Tayda. I have a few questions about the BOM. - Is there anywhere to source the necessary rocker-style power switches? All I can find is a couple references to Wilba selling them from a larger batch. I used the photo on the old group buy wiki page to figure out what part it was, but can't find any place to purchase it. Is there another suitable part? Does anyone on the board have these? Should I just go with some other (probably panel-mount) switch and adjust the rear panel design as needed? I think I'm going to do that
  8. Hey guys, I know this is a long shot but just wondering if anyone has a MB-6582 control surface PCB that they want to get rid of? I have the MB-6582 base which I've just completed and I've been working on a control surface but the CS PCB makes it all so much tidier! :) Cheers! Steve
  9. Hey guys, apologies for the rookie question, but is there a particular length the headers should be?
  10. Hi there, I don't know if something like this has been proposed already but if it hasn't, here's a simple two-transistor virtual-earth summing amplifier for the mixer output of the MB6582. It's suboptimal in many ways because I wanted to keep it simple and cheap (and try to use as much as possible existing components value from the main project, e.g. BC547, 10uF caps, etc). I wanted to make it so that it did not require any modification of the existing hardware to work (including running from available voltages), and I also wanted to keep its PCB footprint small in case someone wants
  11. Bad news turns out that my LCD screen letters sticking was a sign it was on its way out because now it's had it, backlight seems ok, but letters are dead. So I'm happy to buy a nice high quality LCD display and may as well turn this into an opportunity to learn something about the workings of the MB-6582. So I now need a replacement, is there anything stopping me using an RGB LCD like this http://www.adafruit.com/products/498 What extra electronics would I require in order to put a pot (or switch) in the box some place that lets me change the LCD colour assuming that is possible? (if I
  12. Hi all! Thought you might like to see my synth! It uses a MB-6582 as the core, running through an SSM2044 filter module, controlled by an Arduino.. I only just realised that the Midibox SID has an analog CV out, but it was too late! I ended up coding an Arduino with a seperate envelope generator and CV out, with two modes - one is a dirty PWM output that mashes up the CV through some filthy capacitor filtering - this is what I'm using in the video clip.. I've since added a seperate DAC chip output for a cleaner CV, but since I liked the sound the PWM filter makes, I kept it, and added
  13. Blatboy

    Front

    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.
  14. Blatboy

    LCD

    I'm such a sucker for that blue.
  15. Blatboy

    Back Panel R

    Still gotta get knobs for those filter pots.
  16. Blatboy

    Back Panel L

    Here's the left side of the custom back panel. Had some fun with the mix out.
  17. Yeah yeah yeah, I know you all know what SIDs look like. So. Freakin. Cool.
  18. Hello everyone, I have a pretty dumb question. I have ordered 15 encoders for my MB-6582 control surface, and the shaft size is 20mm, however I'm not sure what the size of the knobs I order for them should be. I assume they shouldn't be the same (as in 20mm) but I'm not sure. I did a search around the forums to see if this had been asked before, and tried to compare other peoples builds to part sizes but couldn't find any for-sure answer. Thanks for any help!
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