Homemade bass pedals

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by CZ-101, May 12, 2021.

  1. CZ-101


    Apr 14, 2021
    Hello everyone, just wanted to post my latest "bass" project! I got these from an old Hammond organ, installed a Synbas midi converter in it, and built an enclosure. Now I can start learning to play my bass guitar, sing, and play pedals like Geddy Lee! hahaha. IMG_0381.jpg IMG_0382.jpg IMG_0385.jpg IMG_0432.jpg
  2. abarson


    Nov 6, 2003
    Santa Cruz
    Looks like a cool project.
  3. CZ-101


    Apr 14, 2021
    Yeah a lot of fun to build and with an ipad there are so many possiblities!
  4. Rabidhamster


    Jan 15, 2014
    Cool thats an excellent looking build!! Very impressive. Do you have any more build pics? Also what is that white knobby thing sitting on top?
  5. CZ-101


    Apr 14, 2021
    Thanks! Yeah here are a few more pics. 63961282021__04B5A8D8-9F07-4DAA-80FB-A4C4D7E85EAF.jpg IMG_0367.jpg IMG_0372.jpg IMG_0329.jpg IMG_0349.jpg Oh, that is a small mixer that I am using to send everything into my amp so I can hear everything.
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  6. Looks interesting. What are you using to plug the MIDI into your iPad and what app are you using for sound generating?
  7. CZ-101


    Apr 14, 2021
    Matt, I have been using the camera kit and a Roland usb cable. However, I am going to try to run it into my synth and use the midi thru port to go into the iPad. I would like to be able to save splits and combinations for the keyboard and the pedal somehow in the iPad. For sounds I have been mainly using Cubasis or the Moog Mini. But there are so many apps that will allow you to trigger samples or synth chords or loops so there are a ton of possibilities.
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