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Old 03-06-2013, 10:33 AM
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Default Highly Liquid MIDI Percussion Brain.

Hi All,

I'm looking to build a midi marimba ( a percussion keyboard that sends midi)

The MIDI CPU comes close to what I need but lacks the velocity sensitivity.

Anybody else think that a MIDI Percussion Brain would be a great Highly Liquid product?

( failing that, anyone know of any current DIY solutions ? )

Thanks for reading.
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Old 03-07-2013, 04:01 PM
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Hi All,

I'm looking to build a midi marimba ( a percussion keyboard that sends midi)

The MIDI CPU comes close to what I need but lacks the velocity sensitivity.

Anybody else think that a MIDI Percussion Brain would be a great Highly Liquid product?

( failing that, anyone know of any current DIY solutions ? )

Thanks for reading.
Hi Midiverb, welcome to the forum. Hopefully someone will post some advice for an existing product that will be useful.

In the meantime, please post as many detailed requirements as you can. If the HL product is developed, that sort of information will be extremely helpful.
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Old 03-11-2013, 07:56 PM
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Hi John,

Many thanks for your reply.

I guess what I'd be looking for it a easy way to turn piezo mics midi triggers.

Possible Features:

1.Velocity Sensitivity

2. 4-5 Octaves

3. A way to detect held notes.

4. A way to change octaves/programmes.

5. Pitch bend & modulation

I'm sure other people might have different ideas

Thanks.
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