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  1. Parting ways with MBSEQ Control Surface PCB and parts kit and most of built and to be built DIY audio projects. Comes straight out of my DIY audio box which seemingly have been left for far too long unattended, and life moves on at its own pace. What you receive: MBSEQ Control Surface PCB in original plastic wrap MBSEQ Control Surface Parts Kit in original plastic wrap (SmashTV) Encoders (17) !!! After taking the photos, I realized tactile pushbutton switches do not belong to this kit and you will need more anyways. They probably belong
  2. Parting ways with most of built and to be built DIY audio projects and parts for them i kept over the years. Life moves on at its own pace, and my DIY audio box seemingly have been left for far too long unattended. Ebay listing CNC-milled Acrylic Protection Screen for Character LCD 40x2 in original wrap, never used. Shipping from Canada or US at cost.
  3. From the album: Hawkeyes MB stuff

    This one uses a left-hand jog and activity matrix configuration, with green/red ("emerald green") color scheme! :) Enjoy and many greets! Peter
  4. From the album: Hawkeyes MB stuff

    ... now with labels, in the final shade of blue! :) Many greets and enjoy! Peter
  5. A couple of days before the midiphy SEQ was announced here I started working on building my Wilba panel sequencer unaware that things were about to change and get a lot cooler. I had prototyped an acrylic front panel on an epilog laser cutter and was thinking about ways to attach the panel to the control board. I considered using metal spacers but have never really had luck with gluing metal to acrylic, so I though maybe use abs and use the Makerbot to print some spacers? In the past few days I've whipped up these spacers and they have turned out really nice. I was able to build them so th
  6. Rio

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    Standalone Track Position Display, which is plugged via D-Sub 9 Connector on my MBSeqV4.
  7. I have a few line driver PCB's left which a don't use. Included in the photo are the finished PCB's for reference. PCB's will be sold without components. A set (1 receiver PCB and 1 transmitter PCB) is €5. Shipping to most European countries is €4. If you're interested in buying a set let me know where you live and I can verify the shipping costs.
  8. Hola, it has been a while, but times have been busy :-) ...finally found a use for that dust-gathering Virus C :-) (its vocoder really is not half bad ;-)) Thanks for watching and listening! Peter
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  14. Hawkeye

    Fuel!

    Yo, in case i did not mention it during the last months: the MIDIbox sequencer is awesome! It allows you to flee reality (baby teething worries) for as little as half an hour and have fun, without pushing a mouse, without staring into a computer screen or getting involved in operating system updates at unpleasant times :-). It just works out of the box, the MIDI timing is way better than that of a multi-GHz multicore computer and everyone is happy with as little as 128kb ram (in the older cores)! :-) This one contains a few fun samples from an old car informat
  15. Hola, ... and... who would have suspected this... a new one, this one was "produced" with the little one sitting in her baby chair next to the synths and therefore, there were severe time restrictions (about 10 minutes in total, after a few tracks had been jam-prerecorded on the sequencer). Also, of course, it had to be a somewhat happy melody! :-D It is in a bit of a different format, it was created using only one hand, as the other hand was busy holding the camera and filming :). Hope you enjoyed it and hope to hear new music creations from you, too!
  16. Hola, after playing a game of Turrican I on the good old Amiga (and incidentially pressing "ESC" while having 23 extra lives, no joke, searched for the pause button :-)!), i managed to be somehow inspired and record a new retrowave tune in two hours :-). Only six tracks (+drums) occupied on the MBSEQ, but a lot fun was involved, so as usual, many thanks are in order to TK. for the AWESOME hardware (MBSEQ+MBSID)! :-D And many thanks for the Anushri PCB + preprogrammed microcontroller, Shuriken! It is a really nice
  17. Hola, it has been a while since the last photo tutorials - I really wanted to do this for some time, but there was always work or some other distraction... but now, there is some time to spend at the solder station :smile:. This will be a documented one-time build for a MIDIbox member, who is an industrial designer and wants to create his own MBSEQ enclosure and frontpanel (thus the non-standard control surface LEDs). Am very eager to see the end result :-). Each step will be photo-documented and contain parts lists, where possible - hope you enjoy the build documentation and that
  18. Hola, it has been a while and it is great to see others posting their sound output in this forum section as well, please keep it coming! :-)... Here is a new late night live jam session, this time with a pair of C64 SIDs (8580) (one engine in the MB6582) and their spiritual successor, the Ensoniq ESQ1/ESQm. Both synthesis engines feature three oscillators per voice, the ESQ1 offers more waveforms, improved envelopes and modulation possibilities and an increased audio quality. Bob Yannes (the creator of the SID and founder of
  19. Hola, End of year holidays = build time ;-) Here is a new specialized "form factor" for a MBSEQ, that is based on Wilbas CS PCB and the new STM32F4 board. Of course, it involves a bit of DIY to achieve the flatness, some connections have to be soldered without IDC connectors, and U-shaped aluminum rails have to be cut, but no problem! :-) Tech specs: * "Slim and wide" MBSEQ V4, only 21mm high, about 70 cm wide * 40x2 OLEDs for high screen update speed and low power consumption * Pushable encoders for accelerated scrolling/note
  20. I got a bit nostalgic and listened to some of my old songs. This song was made five years ago semi live with my at the time newly built MB-SEQ v4 controlling software synths. I didn't post this before but now got surprised how complex and polished it sounds.
  21. Hola, it has been a while, but now: Full throttle! Made with a MBSEQ and a MB6582, a few other synths and a gimbal-stabilized-cam DIY hexacopter ;-) Thanks for listening and watching and have a great time! Peter
  22. Hola, Finally, glad to see more action in this subsection of the forum, please keep them MIDIbox tracks/sessions posted, they are all inspirational, especially seeing different SEQ workflows in action! I think, i am the only one working primarily in the track mute screen, right? ;-) Many thanks to TK. for this great hardware sequencer and jojjelito for the name suggestion for this track :-) Have a great time! Peter
  23. Hola, it has been some time, springtime lazyness hit bad and all, but finally... :-) This track is more of a video collage of good memories of the past few years, hope you enjoy! Made with a MB6582 and an Alesis Andromeda, all sequenced by the great MBSEQ V4! Thanks for watching and listening and have a great springtime! (The plants in the pictures are agaves, of course! ;-)) Many greets, Peter
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