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Old 01-10-2016, 05:44 PM
banffbears banffbears is offline
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Default Arpeggiator

Hello All:

I am interested in buying the MIDI CPU but before I do, I need to confirm that I can create an arpeggiator with it.

This is what I would like to do with it.
1: Have 16 rotary encoders. One for each note entered. The encoders will allow for the MIN/MAX length of the note.
2: Have 16 silicon LED buttons that show up in three different colors.
a: Note ON
b: Note OFF
c: Note RECORD
3: I would like the ability to save the settings too if at all possible.
4: I would like to be able to connect the keyboard into the MIDI CPU via the 5 pin din or the USB connection. The 5 pin MIDI out from the the MIDI CPU would connect to another keyboard or computer/tablet. Also the MIDI CPU out via USB would connect to a computer/tablet.

The main reason for this is to allow keyboards that do not have the ability to arpeggiate to have arpeggiator support.
Is this something I can do relatively easily or would I need additional circuits?
Adding additional parts is OK but I am not interested in adding complex circuitry to this.

Any thoughts on this?

Bob

Last edited by banffbears; 01-11-2016 at 03:07 AM.
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Old 01-13-2016, 05:11 AM
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I'm afraid this is beyond the CPU's capabilities.
You would need 32 terminals alone just for all the encoders.
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