MIDIBox Angle

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    My DIY MIDIBox64 based controller. ( www.ucapps.de )

    12"x12" Faux Walnut Case
    16 Knobs
    5 Faders
    16 Arcade Buttons
    32 MIDI controlled LED buttons

    no.wave, markltb, Rob Cruickshank, and 14 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Pawls 74 months ago | reply

      a q about the led-buttons underneath the arcade ones;
      what do they feel like? good for triggering, lets say, loops or hot cues?

    2. William's Photos 74 months ago | reply

      I like them.

      They're clicky (which i like) and due to my layout a little cramped, but they work for "precision" triggering/hot cues/loops. Meaning you have to pay attention when pressing and can't slam them like the arcade buttons. I use them mostly for solo/mute/fx sends for now, but plan to use them for loops in Live 8 and whatever they come up with Serato.

    3. Pawls 74 months ago | reply

      clicky like a laptop keyboard?
      nice that you mention serato; i'm making plans for a small midibox for looping and such, might become more universal for use with ableton or maybe traktor.

    4. William's Photos 74 months ago | reply

      No, it's more like a tactile switch (audibly and physically it gives a "click" when it's depressed)

    5. mike.abb 52 months ago | reply

      this controller is the boom bap!!!!

    6. Its Me Gio 50 months ago | reply

      Hey William, your midibox is amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      How much did it run you to make that? I want one soooo bad dude. Holler when you get a chance. Many thanks.


    7. William's Photos 50 months ago | reply


      It cost about $400ish in parts and a lot in sweat. I was thinking about making a small run of them awhile a go, but to do it pro and non-DIY it would probably be stupid expensive. Thanks again!

    8. inkfingers 38 months ago | reply

      sweet baby jesus she's beautiful.
      excellent layout and craftsmanship.

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