I started using the Arduino Pro mini long time ago. Due to it´s small size it´s ideal for finished projects so you can easily install it inside any enclosure or project. The power consumption is very low aswell and the onboard bundled options makes it for me the perfect candidate as a “brain” in many projects. Nowadays you can find them for 2€ or less, which is incredible but truth. The new ones have even
MidiBud es un controlador MIDI DIY con una pantalla de 16×2, EEPROM, encoder-pulsador y 5 botones. El diseño esta basado en el Mutable Instruments MIDIpal. Esta es una revisión de la placa hecha por los chicos de Midisizer, así que podéis pedir vuestra propia PCB + Atmega Pre-programado, adquirir la lista de componentes y construir el tuyo!! Que es MIDIPAL?: El MIDIpal es un pequeño e inteligente procesador MID
CEREBEL-USB: USB to MIDI converter In one my quests for the ultimate electronic LIVE set rig, I decided to attempt the impossible!! xD… Now, seriously, this project is one of the most interesting, simple yet difficult that t I´ve ever encountered. Because life is hard, but full of beauties… Feeling inspired today… :) Like many of you, I´ve been bombarded in the last few years with inexpensive DJ, st
The Auduino is a cool little project that is perfect as the first sound experiment with Arduino. It´s simplicity doesn´t make it boring at all and it´s capable of a wide variety of sounds. It uses granular synthesis, which basically is a synthesis method that uses little sound particles or “grains” to generate complex waveforms. As soon as I did some LED Blinking madness and a few Hello World!… I wa
ETHERUS is my ultimate MIDI performance music controller based around arduino. It´s a dream come true after years of try an error and I am happy to explain you here some of its history. Put your hands in the air: Since I started digging in to DIY, my very first project was a simple Theremin. I´ve been always fascinated by the fact that was one of the first synthesizers, created by Leon Theremin a visionary which was
A bit of CNC Workaround: This is one of the first successful tests I made using my CNC. A simple Arduino MIDI shield to use in my projects using just 4 wires, GND and voltage plus Serial Rx and Tx. At first most of the tedious work was to get my head around the workflow. First, you need to have a good understanding of Eagle Cad software, how to use the components and width of the traces to get a proper CNC work. It
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