Atari 2600 with MIDI and Video Mod

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Re: Atari 2600 with MIDI and Video Mod

Post by DK » Thu Dec 10, 2009 10:25 am

A cheap/retro midi keytar would be a Yamaha SHS-10. Have to include some oldschool wood panneling.
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Re: Atari 2600 with MIDI and Video Mod

Post by Rekarp » Fri Dec 11, 2009 1:03 am

DK wrote:A cheap/retro midi keytar would be a Yamaha SHS-10. Have to include some oldschool wood panneling.
Was going to build the entire case and keys from scratch. Shouldn't be to hard. Was thinking of some post effects after the Atari to add to the keytar (like a built in stompbox). Reverb, Wah wah, echo, distortion, pitch shifter, EQ...found schematics for all of them. Should add much more interesting things it can do.
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