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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.

USB devices are so common nowadays - wouldn't it be nice to use one with your homebrew electronics projects? Equipped with an Arduino microcontroller + Host shield, pretty much any USB peripheral can be put work in your project.

For all the details and links, visit the video page on the Makezine blog.

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John Rife wrote 6 years 41 weeks ago

Awesome. I'm really getting

Awesome. I'm really getting into the whole physical computing thing. Having studied "Processing" in my degree program and realizing that the arduino coding language was so similar. You know I like me some music too and have been looking for a way create a small pignose style amp to plug my old school midi keyboard into and jam out without hooking up to my mac. Should be fun and this post should help for sure. Thanks.

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ryanprice wrote 6 years 40 weeks ago

John, I would love to get a

John,

I would love to get a meetup together for anyone else who is interested. Also, if you don't know about the Familab, I think the people there would be an invaluable resource for this stuff.

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