User Project Roundup, Part 11

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:

User Project Roundup, Part 10

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:

User Project Roundup, Part 9

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:

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User Project Roundup, Part 8

exFade‘s modified Synsonics drum machine, MIDI-controlled via MSA-T MIDI decoder:

Bryan Benting’s MIDI-controlled electrical outlets and 48-output MIDI-to-gate box (with MSA-T-driven power relays and two MD24 kits for gate triggers) with MIDI-controlled lighting videos (video 1, video 2):

SYNCHRO‘s externally-housed MIDISpeak installations:

Concretedog‘s MSA-R mini review:

k1ds3ns4t10n‘s MSA-P assembly photos:

User Project Roundup, Part 7

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.

User Project Roundup, Part 6

MIDI-modified Stylophone controlled with a bent TR-505 and MSA-R (Diabolical Devices):

Diabolical Devices MIDI Stylophone

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):

User Project Roundup, Part 3

Sciame Uno (Francesco Meneghini and William Bottin), an installation that includes a mechanical chaos generator, MIDI theremin, Grillo Parlante and MIDISpeak:

Swarm One

DIY 8-circuit MIDI lighting controller with power relays controlled by an MSA-T (Graham Meredith):

MSA-T MIDI Light Console

MIDISpeak demo video (EraSer of circuitbend.it):

MIDISpeak Demo Video

A dual-mode (ROM / Keypad) MIDISpeak installation (Cedric Bodereau):

Dual-Mode MIDISpeak Installation