The MIDIbox Gallery - Category 'MIDIbox 64'

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Denmark
 
The MIDIboxes of Rasmus (rasmail _at_ mail.dk). He suggested some great features for my MIDI projects, did a lot of betatesting and is going to create an invaluable Mega-MIDIbox! The pictures show only the first milestones
 
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Norway
 
The MIDIbox64 of Tor Arne (torarne _at_ utepils.com). He was the third person who built the MIDIbox64 and created a great Walkthrouh
 
England
 
The MIDIbox64 of BassNatural (bassnatural _at_ hotmail.com). He integrated a MIDIman 2x2 USB interface and uses his box to control Reason and Traktor.
 
Germany
 
Layout Idea for MIDIbox64 by Joerg (tzanh_zsu _at_ web.de)
 
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England
 
The MIDIbox64 of Peter Adams (sysadmin _at_ fatpd.com).
 
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The MIDIbox64 of Steve Thomas (s.thomas _at_ qmul.ac.uk). He uses the sequencer part of the box in conjunction with a TB3030. Click on the links below for more informations about his great SynthDIY projects:

 
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New Zealand
 
The MIDIbox64 of Ian Hurlock (westgraphic _at_ xtra.co.nz).
 
Germany
 
MIDIbox64 Design Idea by Stephan (stuff3d _at_ gmx.de) - happy soldering! :-)
 
Switzerland
 
MIDIbox64 with faders, pots, buttons and joysticks (!!!) by Patrick (elektromeier _at_ swissonline.ch)
Pictures 3-6 are rendered and should give some inspirations for a modular next generation controller
 
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Germany
 
The MIDIbox Plus 8, MIDIbox Plus 16 and MIDIbox64 (MBHP design) of Rouven (rouven _at_ subfrequenz.net). Find a report on his homepage! :)
 
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Germany
 
The MBHP based MIDIboxes of Axel (axel.sk _at_ web.de).
At the top his "Livebox" which is used in interaction with Ableton Live to trigger samples, to control effects, filters and modulation parameters for voice samples and instruments.
Below a downstripped MIDIbox64, dedicated for the great Ohmboys Delay.
At the bottom the beginning of a new "StudioBox" with a lot of motorfaders, rotary encoders and buttons.
 
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Switzerland
 
A MIDIbox64 with TB303 clone by Thomas
 
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Germany
 
The MIDIbox64 of Rob Meek (rob _at_ designershock.com). He built it to control his 'MEEK' typographical synthesizer software at an exhibition about typography in vienna (http://www.postscript.at) -that's the 4th picture. The metal plates are from schaeffer-apparatenbau and he got a local carpenter to build the walnut case. There are some more pictures here: www.robmeek.com and if you're interested in the software, there is a primitive version at www.designershock.com - click on the second button 'DS002'and then 'DS SW'.

 
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Spain
 
MIDIbox64 of Amando (masoru1 _at_ mi.madritel.es). It works with an overcloked 4 MHz PIC (must be a miracle) and it's portable (rechargable battery powered).
 
Germany
 
The Mega MIDIbox 64/MF of ThomasT (tnt-audio _at_ gmx.de) with 32 motorfaders, 76 pots, 74 buttons and LEDs. See also his homepage for more infos.

 
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Finland
 
The MB64 sequencer of Matti (matti.leino _at_ ee.tpu.fi) - the great surface has been made by himself with 3mm aliminum and endcheecks of Gaia-mahogany. Check also his homepage!

 
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Germany
 
A NI Traktor V2 control surface made by Andreas (RoSch-Elektro _at_ t-online.de). It consists of 2 cores, running with MB64 and (an old PIC16F based) MB16E firmware, and a lot of DIN and AIN modules for the pots, faders, buttons, encoders.

 
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England
 
Some particularly neat MIDIboxes made by Dan aka d2k (d2k _at_ yesmate.com). These are just the first ones! :-)

 
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France
 
The Mini-MIDIbox64 of Olivier aka Tux (tux.tuxoide _at_ 9online.fr). He wrote a special meta handler for sending NRPN messages to a MC303 and Electribe EA-1
 
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France
 
The MIDIbox64 and the Handboard (which runs with the Floorboard firmware) of RAF (raphael.mouneyres _at_ club-internet.fr).
 
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New Zealand
 
The modular MIDIboxes of LO (lo-fi _at_ xtra.co.nz). He has build aSID in to the blue 1U rack, with an additional core and LTC which connects to the "Orange" 2U rack and the desk top mixing surface they are connected by 25pin "printer" cables enabling units to be unpluged. At the bottom: a controller for Traktor with an inventive panel. It provides the same 25pin plug.
 
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Australia
 
The MIDIbox64 and first impressions from the MIDIbox LC of Steve C. (loonatron _at_ yahoo.com)
 
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France
 
The MIDIbox64 for Traktor2 of Nicolas (contact _at_ micro-fiction.com)
 
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Belgium
 
The MIDIbox64 of Vybe (vybe_at_ flashmail.com). It is built in a case of an old JBsystems Soundstage 800 mixer. Although it looks good in his opinion, and works marvelously, he doesn't recommend the case since it only has room for 7 sliders.
 
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Germany
 
The MIDIbox64 Pay.C (pay.c _at_ web.de)
 
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Switzerland
 
The modular MIDIbox by Noskule (noskule _at_ gmx.net). Find more informations about the design here.
 
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Australia
 
The MIOS based MIDIbox64 of Douglas (dpederick _at_ pacific.net.au). Right handside shows construction detail (3 sloping plastic boxes bolted together). bottom right shows 3mm MDF overlay panel. Left hand pictures shown with panel fitted and paper overlay on top. The midibox sits nicely on top of his master keyboard (old Yamaha DX7)
 
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Switzerland
 
The MIDIbox64 of Cyril (cyril_zwahlen _at_ bluewin.ch).

 
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France
 
The MIDIbox64 of Dav des Korrils aka ToFIC (dav_des_korrils _at_ hotmail.com).
 
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Germany
 
At the top you can see a MIDIbox64 which has been customized for controlling the Fx parameters of a Raveolution 309 (bottom). Made by Christian (creekree _at_ gmx.de).
 
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France
 
The MIDIbox64 of Niko (nico3587 _at_ hotmail.com).
 
Switzerland
 
A really colourful MIDIbox64 made by Roman (roman.weiss _at_ kultkino.ch)
 
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USA
 
A very noble MIDIbox controller made by Josh aka Jost (josh_brubaker _at_ hotmail.com), designed to be used with Propellerhead's Reason software to select the drum patterns.
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France
 
A MIDIbox for controlling Traktor made by Alex aka mb944 (contact _at_ machineamusique.com)
 
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France
 
The MIDIbox64 made by Pierre Crozat aka Pierrot (pierrecrozat _at_ hotmail.com)
 
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Germany
 
A Traktor Controller based on MIDIbox64 from Martin (Martin-Prinz _at_ t-online.de)
 
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USA
 
A MIDIbox for the Moog Modular made by Gene (gbeth _at_ ggbnet.com)
 
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Serbia
 
A Traktor Controller from Nenad aka. Rogic (rogic13 _at_ hotmail.com)
 
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Switzerland
 
A MIDIbox64 made by MAG (magdesign_uk _at_ yahoo.com)
 
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France
 
A MIDIbox64 based controller for DJ mixing purposes built by Yves (yves.rouquier _at_ wanadoo.fr)
 
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England
 
A MIDIbox64 based Traktor Controller built by Richard (richard _at_ kennetts.plus.com)
 
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Australia
 
MIDIbox64 built by Dave, used by Greg (greg _at_ soundformrecordings.com)
 
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USA
 
MIDIbox64 built by Kurt (kurtpowell _at_ juno.com)
 
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India
 
MIDIbox based Traktor Controller made by Kris (krisnadin2002 _at_ yahoo.co.uk)
 
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Mexiko
 
A MIDIbox64 used for Ableton Live and Tracktion. It has been built by Rigo.
 
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Australia
 
MIDIbox64 built into a hardcase by Dav
 
Germany
 
MIDIbox64 built into a wooden case by Daniel aka. URBatORB
 
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USA
 
This extraordinary MIDI controller has been created by ChuckO - check also his homepage!
 
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Germany
 
This very solid MIDIbox64 has been created by Sebastian
 
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Japan
 
This nice looking MIDIbox64 has been created by Alientom - it's propably the first MIDIbox made in Japan! :-)
 
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England
 
This MIDIbox64 based controller has been created by Phil aka. Quercus. Please click on the link for additional informations.
 
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These are the two MIDIbox64 of Greg Macmillan (gregmac _at_ alphalink.com.au). Greg had the initial idea for a MIDIbox64 and a lot o f his suggestions went into the firmware.
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