MIDI ControlBox

MIDI ControlBox

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Jason made a pretty slick MIDI control box – “The sequence of building my custom MIDI ControlBox to control Ableton Live or Logic Pro. Utilizing a Doepfer Pocket Electronics MIDI DIY kit and a TRESPA 4mm faceplate – I enclosed it in a box that an old deviation voltmeter had once inhabited. It’s cool because it allows me to interface with my software how I want to. Either on-the-fly or preset, I can assign parameters to any of the 8 pushbuttons, 6 pots or 2 faders.” [via] – Link.

0 thoughts on “MIDI ControlBox

  1. MikeCat says:

    Tesla Coil? Bring on the ER goodness! That looks like a whole lot of fun!

  2. airship says:

    Maybe this is obvious, but you can do these things with old CRT computer monitors, too. With so many of us upgrading to LCDs in the past couple of years, this might be a good way to recycle some CRT parts.

  3. francesnash says:

    It looks like a medieval torture device.


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