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Topic “midi”

USB to MIDI Hacking with Arduino

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As seen on Collin's Lab from Make Magazine's blog:

I don't know if Collin just talks like that, or if he's affected, but he does have a cool project.

Monome Video

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Monome is a small hardware company based in the Catskills that makes controllers for electronic music performance and new media art. Their first product, the 40h, is an eight-by-eight grid of backlit buttons which connects to a computer using a USB cable and the Open Sound Control (OSC) protocol. Originally developed as an open ended performance interface for electronic music, its developers have said "The wonderful thing about this device is that it doesn't do anything really,"[1]. As a result, developers have begun to use the Monome as an interface for other types of software, from text displays to games.

The word "Monome" is also often used as a name for the various devices that Monome produces.

Welcome to Monome from sam_square on Vimeo.

What is a monome? Monomes are fun to watch, but what is actually going on?

OSCemote: MIDI-like control app for iPhone

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OSCemote is a remote control application for the iPhone and iPod Touch. It lets you send Open Sound Control messages to other programs like Max/MSP, Puredata, OSCulator, etc. Those programs then play music or respond to the remote control however you want them to. Open Sound Control is a modern networked cousin of MIDI.

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