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Non-commercial DIY Projects for MIDI Hardware Geeks

Non-commercial DIY Projects for MIDI Hardware Geeks

Postby atarisince1989 » Mon Feb 21, 2011 4:51 pm

I've just discovered this website: http://www.ucapps.de/ Very interesting for those with soldering and electronic skills.
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Re: Non-commercial DIY Projects for MIDI Hardware Geeks

Postby NCGM » Wed Feb 23, 2011 6:14 pm

Some clever stuff on there, although I wonder why there is so much space between the faders on those MIDI controller desks?
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Re: Non-commercial DIY Projects for MIDI Hardware Geeks

Postby Nativ » Sun Feb 27, 2011 5:12 pm

HI,

I have heard about a possible project to connect a Creative Sound blaster to Atari MIDI, has anyone tried this are there any more details? where to draw power from etc.?

I have a Yamaha XG board I wish to attempt *.

Many thanks
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Non-commercial DIY Projects for MIDI Hardware Geeks

Postby mal7921 » Sun Feb 27, 2011 9:13 pm

If you have a look in the hardware section on the like page, one of the sites there gives some detail on connecting an older Yamaha daughterboaed for the older soundblaster cards to the atari midi ports.

In fact the same design can be used on any of the daughterboaeds of the time as they all used the se connector.


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Re: Non-commercial DIY Projects for MIDI Hardware Geeks

Postby xfalcon » Mon Feb 28, 2011 9:09 am

Nativ wrote:HI,

I have heard about a possible project to connect a Creative Sound blaster to Atari MIDI, has anyone tried this are there any more details? where to draw power from etc.?

I have a Yamaha XG board I wish to attempt *.


Adapt a Yamaha DB50XG soundcard to your Falcon/ST/TT/whatever.
http://atari.nvg.org/db50xg/
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