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MIDI

MIDI Communication MIDI, or Musical Instrument Digital Interface, is a specification for a communications protocol between digital synthesizers and other digital music devices. It was developed to be as simple and general as possible, to give synthesizer manufacturers as much … Continue reading

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MidiStroke

MidiStroke is an application for OSX that allows you to trigger keystrokes an any application using MIDI messages. It can be used to automate various tasks using MIDI devices.
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MIDI/OSC devices

The Royal Conservatory in Holland has made a number of microcontroller modules with MIDI interfaces, and implementing the Open Sound Control (OSC) protocol. Among them are IPSonLab, an IP to MIDI board; MicroLab, a voltage to MIDI board, and more.
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MIDI player in Wiring/Arduino

/* MIDI player by Tom Igoe Reads an analog value in on analog channel 0, and if a switch on pin 10 is pressed, plays a note in the middle C octave corresponding to the analog value. Thanks to Ryan Holsopple for getting MIDI out working using serialWrite() Created 19 Jan. 2006 updated */ // The switch is on Arduino pin 10: #define switchPin 10 // Middle C (MIDI note value 60) is the lowest note we’ll play: #define middleC 60 // Indicator LED: #define LEDpin 13 // Variables: char note = 0; // The MIDI note value to be played int AnalogValue = 0; // value from the analog input int lastNotePlayed = 0; // note turned on when you press the switch int lastSwitchState = 0; // state of the switch during previous time through the main loop //Function prototype: void noteOn(char cmd, char data1, char data2); void blink(); void setup() { // set the states of the I/O pins: pinMode(switchPin, INPUT); pinMode(LEDpin, OUTPUT); // Set MIDI baud rate: beginSerial(31250); blink(3); } void loop() { // My potentiometer gave a range from 0 to 1023: AnalogValue = analogRead(0); // convert to a range from 0 to 11: note = AnalogValue / 100; // Check to see that the switch is pressed: if (digitalRead(switchPin) == 1) { // check to see that the switch wasn’t pressed last time // through the main loop: if (lastSwitchState == 0) { // set the note value based on the analog value note = note + middleC; // start a note playing: noteOn(0x90, note, 0x40); // save the note we played, so we can turn it off: lastNotePlayed = note; } else // if the switch is not pressed: // but the switch was pressed last time through the main loop: if (lastSwitchState == 1) { // stop the last note played: noteOn(0x90, lastNotePlayed, 0x00); } } // save the state of the switch for next time // through the main loop: lastSwitchState = switchPin; } // plays a MIDI note. Continue reading

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MIDI for the BX-24

This page covers the details of MIDI communication on the BX-24. To send MIDI out from the BX-24, you use the serial commands. You need to set the baudmode to match MIDI settings. You can’t use COM3 for MIDI, because … Continue reading

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Intro to MIDI using PicBasic Pro

This page covers only the details of MIDI communication on the PIC using PicBasic Pro.

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Datalogging with Arduino

There are several ways to save data from a sensor attached to an Arduino. If you’re connected to a personal computer, you can simply send the data from the Arduino to the personal computer serially, and save it to a … Continue reading

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All About Microcontrollers

See also Dan O’Sullivan’s notes on microcontrollers. My notes draw heavily from Dan’s. A microcontroller is a small, inexpensive computer, usually used for sensing input from the real world and controlling devices based on that input. Most electronic devices you … Continue reading

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