Sunday, August 21, 2011, 01:03 PMI managed to connect a DB60XG wavetable card to my 'Laserharp' ZX
So that is also the function: to create sound for my
laserharp (look at my Youtube videos).
It took some hours to get this working as the DB60XG somehow needs a reset after it's powered on.
Then the second thing it needs is a GM initialisation.
I'm trying out different sounds in this video. The setup was for prototyping only. I will build the electronics into a case together with the DB60XG.
Here's a video of the setup working:
Sunday, May 8, 2011, 05:17 PMTwo more fairs are organized by Bonami this year:
2 October 2011, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands:
18 September 2011, Steenwijk, The Netherlands:
Visit the Bonami site for more info!
Or click here for the English translation.
Saturday, February 5, 2011, 11:03 AM
Next batch of DivIDE
I'm still waiting for some parts for the next batch of 50 DivIDE interfaces, and sold the remaining 5 from the last batch this week.
Wow, there is still so much interest in the DivIDE!
Our national post-company Tnt has raised rates for international packages with about 85%! It's absurd.
To still be able to send for fair prices I looked for a solution.
I now am able to ship in a new box that fits through your mailbox, so I can use letter-rates for the shipment, but I always used signed and insured shipment.
This way the package is only about 3 euro more expensive than before, instead of about 10 euro.
I repaired a floppydrive! Lol!
My Sam Coupe needed a repair or other floppydrive.
Read the story on WorldofSpectrum (click)!
Saturday, January 8, 2011, 02:24 PMThe next Dutch retrocomputer fair organised by Bonami is comping up!
Click for more info
Sunday, December 5, 2010, 06:53 PMSome months ago I ordered two pcb's from Tonepad to make two Small Stone effect pedals myself.
The original Small Stone phasers are mono effects, as they were originally made as guitar effects.
I already have an original Small Stone effect pedal, connected to my Yamaha CS1x synthesizer.
But as you can guess this synthesizer is stereo, so I was curious if it is possible to create a stereo Small Stone.
And it seems it's not that hard!
I'm assembling the two Small Stone pcb's from Tonepad at this moment, but need to wait for a couple of more parts to arrive.
After that I need to share the LFO from one of the two pcb's to feed both pcb's.
I think it's easy, so I'm anxious to finish them!!
There is only one video to find which shows two original Small Stone pedals modded to one stereo effect: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6fURkOPl5Q.
I'll keep you readers informed!
The original Small Stone effect pedal: