A PIC16F877A microcontroller is used to manipulate this MIDI controller which employs a 2-pin LCD character display.
Four Theremin-type electric field sensors are incorporated by this Multimodal Music Stand (MMMS) along with a microphone and a video camera as input sources for the performance of computer music and electro-acoustic compositions.
The project has the capability of connecting to the computer through USB as it provides 2 MIDI In and 2 MIDI Out ports.
An Atmega16 microcontroller is the main component in developing this MIDI turntable along with a HDNS-2000 optical mouse encoder, GCC-AVR, AVR-Libc, and free RTOS.
This more improved and more powered project is known as MIDIbox V4 that is built around the STM32 with 512kb flash memory.
This Arduino based MIDI volume pedal is capable of reading the position of an analog pedal, translating the A/D value into the proper numerical range, and sending MIDI signals to a synthesizer.
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