The MIDIbox Gallery - Category 'Miscellaneous'

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Germany
 
A MIDIbox built into a Sofa by Thomas aka. Seppoman (thomas _at_ seppoman.de)
 
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Germany
 
A MIDImon built by Thomas aka. Seppoman (thomas _at_ seppoman.de)
 
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Germany
 
MIDIbox 16, MIDIbox CV, MIDIbox FM, MIDIbox SID and MIDIbox SEQ built by Armin (Armin.Heiss _at_ urz.uni-heidelberg.de)
 
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Switzerland
 
MIDified Light Installation called "px1M0d" designed by Martin (martin.froehlich _at_ stud.fh-aargau.ch)
 
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England
 
This MIDImon has been built by Doug
 
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England
 
Artesia has found the perfect housing for a MIDImon - see also the article behind the link for details.
 
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Germany
 
The Clockbox and MIDIbox CV integrates fine in Sneak Thiefs Gear :) Check also his Homepage and the .mp3's posted in the article.
 
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Austria
 
This is a foot controller made by Michael aka Wild Weasel - there are some additional pictures on his website
 
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Serbia
 
This remarkable MIDI Controller project with nice cases and LDR sensors has been created by Dmitrije Dinic aka Dmitttri - please read the forum posting for more infos
 
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Germany
 
If you think, that all the big shiny MIDI controllers with blue LEDs, silver knobs, high-speed Alps faders, 128 PPR rotary encoders, alu frontpanel, multicolour engravings and wooden side frames could impress a lady, then you are propably on the wrong track! Jaybee demonstrates with her MIDI doll (original name "MIDItrulla"), how an attractive MIDI controller should look like!
 
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Germany
 
MIDified Korg Polysynth of Francois. See the forum article for more details
 
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Last update: 2017-06-24

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