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Roland TR-909

Drum Machine from Roland belonging to the TR series.

Thread my TR909 clone, the MB909, is working!!!

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1 Posted on 02/25/2012 at 12:58:13
Hey all,

I have made a little video of the MB909 sequencer hooked up with the 9090 boards. combined you have the greatest TR-909 clone (that's just my opinion because I put a lot of time in it ).

I am using the NXP LPC1769 based MBHP_CORE_LPC17 module from MidiBox. Thorsten has done a great job with the MidiBox Sequencer V4 (SD card, USB, OSC....).? The PCB, that you see in this video, is my TR909-looking user interface design.

the quality is bad, but you'll have at least a feeling of how my sequencer will be.

http://youtu.be/34wa_7gCRRA
MB909

MB909

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2 Posted on 07/01/2012 at 03:50:45
Hey all,

just a little video of the beta version PCB:
for more info: http://www.synthage.com/


cheers,

[ Post last edited on 07/01/2012 at 04:35:23 ]

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