Tag Archives: midi

4chord MIDI Plays All the Hits

4chord MIDI – the USB MIDI keyboard to play every major hit pop song with four little buttons. by Sven Gregori:

4chord MIDI – the USB MIDI keyboard dedicated to play all the four chord songs, from Adele via Green Day and Red Hot Chilli Peppers to U2 and Weezer. Thanks to MIDI, you can be any instrument – and all of them at once. Yay!

4chord MIDI Plays All the Hits – [Link]

PiSound – Audio Card For Raspberry Pi

by blokas.io:

pisound is an ultra-low latency high-quality soundcard and MIDI interface specially designed for Raspberry Pi pocket computers. Equipped with 192kHz 24-bit Stereo Input and Output driven by the legendary Burr-Brown chips, DIN-5 MIDI Input and Output ports, user-customizable button and bundled software tools, this little board will bring your audio projects to a whole new level!

PiSound – Audio Card For Raspberry Pi – [Link]

Polyphonic Synth Cable

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Polyphonic MIDI Synth on an ATtiny2313:

This is the fourth synthesizer cable I’ve built, the first three being based on the ATtiny85. I have been looking into ARM chips but haven’t gotten to grips with them just yet. Instead, I decided go back to the ATtiny2313, which has a quarter of the memories of the tiny85, but a hardware UART port and more pins.

Polyphonic Synth Cable – [Link]

MIDI to USB Adapter with Teensy

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Joonas Pihlajamaa wanted to connect his keyboard to his Macbook and for that reason he build a MIDI to USB interface using Teensy board, an optocoupler and some resistors.

Thankfully, I had a MIDI connector and a high-speed optocoupler at hand, and with these I could implement a MIDI in rather easily. After some investigation with Arduino Uno, it seemed quite simple to receive the serial MIDI bytes and dump them over Arduino serial

MIDI to USB Adapter with Teensy – [Link]

RELATED POSTS

Polyphonic FM Synthesizer with STM32F031

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ihsan Kehribar @ blog.kehribar.me has been working on a MIDI capable, polyphonic FM synthesizer using an 32bit ARM Cortex M0 microcontroller and an audio codec.

Polyphonic FM Synthesizer with STM32F031 – [Link]