Monthly Archives: July 2012

Manchester Mini Maker Faire

So, I’ve spent the last two days showing the three midi inputs I’ve made to the general public, and the good news is that two of them are durable and flexible enough to be used for this. The tap detector … Continue reading

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Laser Harp MkII Video

As promised, I’ve recorded a couple of videos of two of my musical devices in use. Enjoy!

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Another Midi Gizmo – Continued

So, the above device (Arduino powered again) is intended to detect (via a microphone) different kinds of taps on a surface, and convert them into midi messages. It’s intended use is for laying down Midi drum tracks quickly and easily, … Continue reading

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Another midi gizmo

Just a brief preview of what I’m currently working on – it may not look like much, but this could easily be the most original and entertaining thing I’ve madeĀ  yet. It might seem that it’s only an Arduino, some … Continue reading

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Arduino range to midi sensor

Another of the projects I’ve been working on for the maker faire is something a little simpler than the laser harp – a range sensor that converts a detected distance to midi messages. These messages are usually control change messages, … Continue reading

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