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Old 11-20-2012, 05:13 PM
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Default Possible to make a midi to trigger unit with a Highly Liquid item?

I'd like to build a box that has multliple trigger outputs for triggering drum modules or arpeggiators on synths that have trigger inputs.
I'd need each trigger to be programmed to it's own note, say C3, or B4, etc. I've seen a simple diy box like this on ebay but missed the auction. It had 8 trigger outs, all programmable to it's own note.
Possible to make something like this with a Highly Liquid midi product?
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Old 11-21-2012, 08:48 PM
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I'd like to build a box that has multliple trigger outputs for triggering drum modules or arpeggiators on synths that have trigger inputs.
I'd need each trigger to be programmed to it's own note, say C3, or B4, etc. I've seen a simple diy box like this on ebay but missed the auction. It had 8 trigger outs, all programmable to it's own note.
Possible to make something like this with a Highly Liquid midi product?
Thanks!
Hi coilandmagnet, welcome.

The MD24 is probably the best place to start:

http://midiwidget.com

It has 24 5V logic outputs. Each output can respond to a different MIDI note. So if you can use a 5V signal to accomplish the triggering, it should work fine.

There are also the MIDI-to-relay options like the MSA-P:

http://forum.highlyliquid.com/forumdisplay.php?f=6

This has 8 independent outputs, each of which acts as a 2-terminal (SPST) switch. So, if you can wire your trigger input to respond to a simple manual switch, you can also get it working with the MSA-P.

I hope this helps. Please let me know if I can provide more information.
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