Check out this demo video which demonstrates the new possibilities:
Just lovely. Read and see more at the MBOTW post : A electronic Pipe Organ (Photos)
Swindus created this beautiful looking MIDIbox SID:
Recording of a live session, done with the MBSID, MBSEQ and a Roland SP404 Sampler for the drum sounds:
seNoa created a little Bassline Track with only 1 drum loop, 1 ride and 1 Midibox SID 8580R5 V2
It demonstrates the new O23 features of RC21:
Video from 8O: “Assembling the core module for the midibox hardware platform from ucapps.de” (Forum)
Ca. one year after Wilba introduced his famous MB-6582 to the world, which became one of the most popular MBSID designs with dozen of PCB/kits orders, he created a new version with a lot of improvements: the MB-6582 MkII
Picture by Lars aka. creatorlars:
The trigger pulse outs of the SEQ are hardwired to all the trigger inputs of my modules (drum modules and envelopes) from behind the panels — this way I don’t have to patch them. (The 6 modules on the left side are cloned 808 voices and other drum circuits.) You can see there is an “AOUT” module with the 16 jacks for CV/Gate outs. The back of the synth has an auxillary panel with the 2 MIDI ins and 4 MIDI outs from the SEQ. There are also two Footswitch inputs, for seq start/stop. I use it mainly to sequence analogue gear, the MIDI data is sent to sync our video projection software, etc. The Midibox SEQ is the core part of my rig and I’m in love with it. I want to build a new panel soon, with the 64 LEDs, and maybe a second MB808 seq too. I also am going to make a dedicated tempo display/BPM encoder.
If you are interested in one or more least-cost USB-MIDI Interfaces, join the bulk order:
This MIDIbox SEQ V3 has been built by Pascal (Forum Article)
Crisp created a PCB for the “DualCore SwinSID”. The two AVRs are piggybacked to simplify the connections. Both AVRs are plugged into sockets, so that it’s still possible to flash a new firmware (Forum Article).
The extension board can be plugged into the SID socket of a C64 and MBHP_SID module.
For the case that you missed it: link to SwinSID Review
I made a really simple quick and dirty video of the making of my MBSID.
I was looking for videos on making a MBSID when i first started and couldn’t find much of anything, so i decided to make my own video along the way in hope that it would explain the process to those who are interested and have no idea where to start, like i was!
It is nowhere near “finished” i would say, but “functional” and i have been using it for new music which you see in the video. it is a very very minimal setup for a MBSID.
i hope it helps someone and enjoy!
well this is my first post on the forum, i’ve been lurking around for quite some time while i got my sid built.
Well i finished it about a month and a half ago so here goes with some pics, currently its a single 8582 with 2×40 screen and case made of lego.
I give you the LegoBox:SID, hope you guys like it