MATRIXSYNTH: midibox sid

Monday, June 02, 2008

midibox sid

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"midibox sid synthesizer in old vintage commodore c64 computer case read about this DIY project here in the work blog: www.subatomicglue.com/sidl0g/

for information about making your own midibox go here: www.ucapps.de/midibox_sid.html


This is a MidiboxSID, a synthesizer that has sound chips from the original commodore 64 personal computer from the 1980's. These sound chips are called the SID 6582

The synth is built into an original Commodore 64 computer case. And features 8 SID chips (4 stereo pairs - one SID per ear x 4 voices). Each SID chip has 3 oscillators and a variety of other features like filters, ADSR, ringmod, sync. The synth has a very flexible (and simple to use) modulation matrix, LFO, bassline sequencers, and stores patches in presets.

midibox of the week"

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