Bryan Benting‘s MSA-R based DIY relay modules and modular synth demo video:
Low-Gain Audio CS01-MIDI install:
Graeme’s MSA-T based studio recording light for use with Apple Logic 9:
The Piano Monster, an MD-24 based “piano-tickling” robot by Ranjit Bhatnagar. More here:
Kaseo‘s MSA-R experiments include MIDI-controlled fluorescent lights, pencil sharpener, and turntable.
Kaseo’s custom MSA-R enclosure:
Daren Ager’s modular drum demo, using an MPA MIDI Decoder as an interface between a Machinedrum and modular gear:
Ronin Otter’s UMR / Casio SK-1 installation how-to video (also see Nomeist’s UMR mini-review):
MIDI2600 / Synthcart / Atari 2600 demo video by The Longhorn Engineer (also see this MIDI2600-External enclosure discussion):
Spunkytoofer’s latest noise machine which includes an MSA-R for MIDI control (lots of other devices here):
Stylinghead’s photos of a clever CS01-MIDI internal install by Billy Neenos:
A Boss DR-110 / MD24 MIDI retrofit project from Darren at MakerSpace, Wellington, New Zealand:
Steve, a robot drummer based on the MSA-T MIDI decoder, built by Texas Central Positronics.
Video here, here, and here:
Komega‘s MD24-based Musifore MIDI visualizer:
MIDISpeak / Speak & Spell controlled by Ableton Live. Video here and here:
A Yamaha CS01 with an installed CS01-MIDI kit, controlled by an x0xb0x:
The latest suitcase SK-1 from The Umbrella Company, with installed UMR for MIDI control:
Robert at Alien-Devices (MySpace) has been producing quality modified & circuit bent gear for almost a decade. Alien-Devices now offers installation service for Highly Liquid MIDI retrofits and has begun to add MIDI control to projects via Highly Liquid MIDI decoders.
See Robert’s MySpace blog for projects such as this modified MIDI SK-5:
Forum member GoatBoy used the MSA-R to provide MIDI control for an array of solenoid-activated bells. (Note: The MSA-T and MSA-P may be better choices for solenoid-based projects.)
Spunky Toofers used an Akai EWI 3000 to trigger a MIDISpeak and effects.
Siempre La Luna documented the MIDISpeak assembly process and installation process.
Thomas S. photographed his MIDI Xbox controller for use with music games.
MIDI-modified Stylophone controlled with a bent TR-505 and MSA-R (Diabolical Devices):
MIDI2600-Internal installation video (Siempre La Luna):
DIY MIDI drum machine incorporating an MSA kit and a Farfisa organ percussion module (Quiet Channel):
MIDISpeak dual-mode installation (Erik Tinberg):
This Is The Sound, the new release from Burnkit2600 which features MSA-R controlled bent percussion:
Custom MSA-R based MIDI control box with video (The Umbrella Company):
MSA-P-controlled DIY Rock Band stage kit (Jon McFlye):
Rock Band 2 MSA-P MIDI drum demo (Oca Hoeflein):
Brief MSA-R demo video (Concretedog):
Another MSA-R-controlled bent Pikachu performance (Kaseo):
The Umbrella Company have created a series of modified Casio SK-1 keyboards housed in antique suitcases. Video here, here, and here. Each features the SKM MIDI retrofit.
The latest is available now at eBay.
Sciame Uno (Francesco Meneghini and William Bottin), an installation that includes a mechanical chaos generator, MIDI theremin, Grillo Parlante and MIDISpeak:
DIY 8-circuit MIDI lighting controller with power relays controlled by an MSA-T (Graham Meredith):
MIDISpeak demo video (EraSer of circuitbend.it):
A dual-mode (ROM / Keypad) MIDISpeak installation (Cedric Bodereau):