Ordering MidiREX

To order MidiREX, please send an email to pete at kvitek c o m specifying how many PCBs and pre-programmed MCUs you need, a country where to ship them, and an email address to send the PayPal invoice to.

Prices (US dollars):

MidiREX PCB $30
Pre-programmed ATMega644p MCU $15
Black acrylic case $40

Shipping:

Continental USA — $5 (California residents add 8.75% tax)
Canada – $10 or $15, if acrylic case is included
Europe – $15 or $25, if acrylic case is included
Australia – $15 or $25, if acrylic case is included

Please make sure your PayPal shipping address is correct!

33 thoughts on “Ordering MidiREX

  1. hi Pete,

    as a DIY fan of mutable instruments I,m interested of your Midirex Soon)
    but I must ask you about paiement.
    I usually byu things with a prepaid visa card. I’ts alos known as a giftcard,
    this to not take risk of been hacked in my own Visa card.
    You use some paypal form, is it ok for me to order with prepaid card?
    (excuse my bad English)

    Denis

  2. Hey Peter, I want to thank you for building such an amazing product as the MidiRex! It is a mystery for me that there are no midi-controllers/keyboards that include this.

    I have three questions to ask you:
    1. Is this device plug&play? I mean, can I just plug in the power supply and the midi cables, and then I am good to go? (It was not clear to me reading the price list)
    2. Do you by any chance now if this will work with my Prophet 12 and if it will also record the changes I do to the faders (I think they are midi cc)? Is there an “overdub” function?
    3. And last: how soon can you ship when I order one today? 🙂

    Have a great Day and keep up the great work!
    Herr Albert

    • 1. MidiREX is very easy to operate, just plug it between you MIDI keyboard and your synths, switch it on, press REC, record, press PLAY and it will loop

      2. I don’t see why it would not work with P12. MidiREX records CCs and other MIDI events (no sysex’es currently). It has overdub/replace function.

      3. MidiREX PCBs and MCUs are in stock, so they will be shipped in a couple of days after the payment is made.

      Thank you,
      /Peter

      • Hello Peter,

        Thank you for the fast answer! MidiRex is exactly what I am looking for.
        PCB = Printed Circuit Board?
        MCU = MicroControl Unit?
        Does that imply that I have to “assemble” the device myself?

        Sorry if my questions sound stupid.

      • Yes, MidiREX, like all other projects on this site, is a DIY project. You buy PCB and MCU (if you cannot falsh one yourself), buy parts at Digikey/Mouser/Farnell, and build it yourself.

  3. I’d like to order “MidiREX main board” and “Pre-programmed ATMega644p”, please send paypal invoice to the provided e-mail address.
    I live in France (Europe).
    Regards

  4. Hi kvitekp, I want to ask few things about thus device:

    1. If I need the thing which is all set up when I receive it ( just plug and play ), what plan should I choose?

    2. Is there a clear ( not black ) case for this device?

    3. I’m in Taipei, Taiwan; can you ship it here? And if you could, how much would it cost?

    Thanks

    • Fully assembled MidiGAL in an acrylic case is $200. Shipping to Taiwan is $25, so it’s $225 total. You will only need to add standard 9VDC 100mA or more, 2.1mm center positive power supply.

      I only have black acrylic cases in stock. Can order a clear glass too, but that would take a couple of weeks to fab.

  5. Hi! Am very interested but have some questions cause it is very hard to find
    I want to use it as a live midi looper so…is there some manual or something like that were I can see in more detail what it does.
    Thanks in advance!!

    • Sure, at this moment I have one fully assembled MidiREX that is ready to go. Please contact me at the email address specified at the ordering page.

      MidiGAL and MidiREX hardware is very different.

  6. Hi Peter
    Thank you for this fantastic device!
    finally someone has invented that!

    1)
    What is your price for a fully assembled and programmed MidiREX without a Box shipped to Germany?

    2)
    i want to add it to my nordrack3 with 4x multitimbral
    –> is it possible to select different Channels for Input and Output to play two Synths at the same time?
    –> for example:
    Track 1 =
    In: Ch.1
    Out: Ch.2

    Track 2 =
    In Ch. 1
    Out: Ch. 3

    THX and best regards
    Andi

    • Fully assembled MidiREX without the case is $160, with case $200, shipping to Germany $25.

      Yes, MidiREX output tracks can surely have different channels, and they usually do playing different instruments. That’s the whole point of this device 😉

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