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For sale : a homemade Midibox (Minimoog controller) and Commodore 64

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I can send photos, etc.

Please contact me : basquin at freesurf dot fr !

jeb

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please post your photos !

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Um, didn't you just finish this?

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Um, didn't you just finish this?

*points at the linked thread*

If somebody is interested, I sell it now... ! It's working great,

but I have now bought a real (much more expensive) analog synth...

and I have no more space in my 2-room apartment...

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*points at the linked thread*

Yeah, I saw that one after I posted... :-[

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uhhh, maybe someone's pointed this out already, but you know you need to ask TK's permission to sell MIDIboxen, right?  There's even a forum for it - "Sale Requests"

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It's ok from my side so long this is a one-term business, although I find it strange as well.

Best Regards, Thorsten.

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OUCH!

Thorsten gives his approval?

NO! say it ain't so! TK please!

sorry forgive me

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Actually, I am quite interested in this. What VST was it designed to control??

How much are you looking for?

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uhmmmm... i think it's Arturia's MiniMoogV

at least that's what I use....(but I ain't sellin it)

could be creamwares stuff... there are a few out there.

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Hello,

About the Midibox, it is MB64, with lots of pots, designed to control Arturia Minimoog

or any other VST : there are exists **free** Minimoog VST.

It IS finished and fully functional.

I spent more than 100 euros for electronics (with shipping, wall adapters, and misc.),

more than 50-60 euros for pots and knobs, 40 euros for the case wood making,

imitation leather, etc. 

And really *a lot* in misc things that I even cannot remember.

You can mail me to do a proposal : basquin at freesurf dot fr.

Joseph

PS:

TK, Why do you find it strange ? I explained I ve done it *not for commercial purpose*

(I only sell this one !!)...  The problem is indeed that I have bought a real

analog synthesizer and that I do not need this one anymore...

(Moreover I do the same now as I did with my LEGO as a child : I enjoy *building* a

unit, but then I less enjoy *using* it, and I go to another (currently not an electronic

one) project ...)

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PS:

TK, Why do you find it strange ? I explained I ve done it *not for commercial purpose*

(I only sell this one !!)...  The problem is indeed that I have bought a real

analog synthesizer and that I do not need this one anymore...

No, you haven't explained it (see your posting history).

I found it strange, because you introduced your controller with a single sentence, and one week later you offered it for selling. But as you've noticed, I gave you an ok anyhow (because based on your posting history I assumed that you are not one of those guys with commercial interests), so no need to feel offended!

Best Regards, Thorsten.

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Hello,

I was not offended :)

Best regards,

Joseph

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this has nothing to do with Jeb selling his midibox... but I have been wanting to ask TK to animate his Logo.... cmon  let's hear Linus playing Snoopy music !! Hee hee, my dad served in the navy with Admiral Shultz , they were budz.  Very quiet spoken person. Had the pleasure of meeting him once.

my 2 cents

gb

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