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Re: [TCML] Re: Mini MIDI Tesla Coil Controller
I'd like to just say that Phillips controllers are amazing. They are not
the basic simple low level midi controller. The MMPTC (MIDI Pro Tesla
Coil Controller) is the one I purchased. It's just so cool all the
functions the controller includes: Standard Interrupter, Burst Mode,
ARSG emulation, Multi-Coils, Twin-Coil phased, Midi Input, Graphic EQ,
and the awesome ability to load updates as well as all midi songs from
the SD card. No laptop is required to run the coil. This was probably
the best purchase I have made with my DRSSTC. I just wanted to share
that with you all. If your wanting to build SSTC's or DRSSTC's and want
the best of the best and not just the old standard low tech designs,
Phillips controllers are worth checking out. The truly are PRO!
On 11/13/2012 7:02 PM, Phillip Slawinski wrote:
Google didn't like my website, so I moved it.
http://www.classictesla.com/pslawinski/mini.html Thanks to Bart Anderson
for helping me out!
On Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 6:53 AM, Phillip Slawinski <pslawinski@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:
I just wanted to share my latest creation: the Mini MIDI Tesla Coil
Controller. It's packages a fully-featured MIDI interrupter, and several
other interrupters in a package that is less than 2" x 2".
In addition to the full-featured MIDI interrupter this controller also has
a fixed frequency interrupter, asynchronous rotary spark gap simulator, and
a phased twin-coil interrupter (for making twin coils operate in and out of
phase). The MIDI interrupter is two channel, and has two-note poly for each
channel. The board accepts ST as well as bare fiber transmitters.
I've got a big write-up on the controller at my new website (
https://sites.google.com/site/teslacoilstore/mmtcc). Starting price for
this controller is $75. There is a full price listing on my website.
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