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Old 01-27-2016, 12:34 AM
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Hey did it eventually work out for you Rob?

Do you guys have pictures of your build perhaps? Would be great!!
Thnx!
Micha
You know what man, I haven't friggin done it yet .
I was thinking about it the other day, it would take me less than an hour.
I'm just busy with other projects and then lazy on top of that
The SK-60 is sitting on a shelf, half apart, waiting. I Have 2 other synths I want to do as well, I really should do this later in the week. I will post pics and maybe even video.
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Old 01-27-2016, 02:02 AM
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Do it, do it, do it!!!

It's a great keyboard to MIDI up, it was the easiest MIDI fit out of all of my Casios that I've done.

I'll try and crack open mine to take pics for you of what I did - although there isn't really much to show - the pics I put up on this thread of my experiments show you what you need to see really. But I will drag it out and take some more pics in the next day or 2.

By the way, check out the other mods I did for mine, including a 16x sampling memory expansion and line in/out sockets:

http://www.circuitbenders.co.uk/foru....html#msg14482

I thoroughly recommend doing them - it is a very good keyboard for modding!


Cheers, Graham

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Old 01-27-2016, 02:58 AM
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Here are some wire hookup pics of the keyboard connections. The top photo is the SK60 circuit board, where the white keyboard loom connects to the circuit board. My rainbow cable connections are soldered directly on top of the white loom connections, and are numbered.

The bottom photo is where each of the numbered rainbow wires go to on the UMR2 board's SELECT IN pins, and DATA IN/OUT pins. Make sure you also set the polarity jumper on the UMR2 board to -ve as mentioned earlier on in this thread.
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Old 01-27-2016, 03:06 AM
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And also, once you've got the MIDI wired up to the keys and working, don't forget to do the sample pads as well, as mentioned earlier in this thread, using the spare UMR2 data line.
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Old 02-05-2016, 07:17 PM
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And also, once you've got the MIDI wired up to the keys and working, don't forget to do the sample pads as well, as mentioned earlier in this thread, using the spare UMR2 data line.
Thanks man!
Already did the analog I/O years ago. But will implement all your other stuff.
Rob
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Old 08-27-2016, 09:52 PM
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YEah! Thanks for this gmeredith!! I will be hooking mine up this week!
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Old 09-30-2016, 12:28 PM
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Hey Graham, (gmeredith)

I keep forgetting to ask, and since I remember at this moment..
What are the orange/green/blue wires up top for? (circled)

Hope you're still around
Thanks!
Rob
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