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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 quite high filter resonance can be heard later on in the track :-). No MBSeq used here, only the MBLoopA - thanks to Andy, we hope for the public availability of LoopA boards and essential/hard-to-source parts somewhen in springtime! :) Thanks for watching and listening and have a great time with your synths whenever you have the chance to do so! Many greets, Peter
Hi there, here is more of a techdemo than a full song :-) of what is possible with the MBLoopa V2 - it will be hopefully available at some time in spring 2018. Thankfully, Andy is creating PCBs and the finished unit will therefore not look as crappy as in this video :-). Features: 6 polynote channels with stepbased or unquantized note data, eight "scenes" (here used for transposing) and note editing, visual/graphical clip/note display and measure-synchronized muting/unmuting of tracks and scene switching, and a nice 256x64px OLED :-). A (very) little brother to the full MBSEQ (but with the ability to record unquantized notes and dynamically post-quantize them). Of course, it is all based on the fantastic MIDIbox hardware platform! :-) Thanks for watching and listening! Many greets, Peter