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Got an Amazon 7 segment display, can't get it to work with Flora
2 projects | reddit.com/r/adafruit | 11 Jan 2022
Or this one that has some nice documentation: https://github.com/jasonacox/TM1637TinyDisplay
CC midi controller with approx 37 knobs!?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/synthdiy | 26 Nov 2022
I used this library with an Arduino and several multiplexers. It worked very well and was easy to use. https://github.com/tttapa/Control-Surface
teensy 4.0. I think I have a debounce issue. I don't know how to add it to my code.
2 projects | reddit.com/r/Teensy | 7 Jul 2022
Should be fixed in https://github.com/tttapa/Control-Surface/commit/eb7a468a0a73584b93be16d978404b25401ce66f, you can increase the SELECT_LINE_DELAY constant if necessary.2 projects | reddit.com/r/Teensy | 7 Jul 2022
Using Control_Surface for midi usb controller, with matrix. Teensy 2.0 is using the same code and works great. I noticed that if I increase the CPU speed on the 4.0, I get double key presses of the same column. Using lowest speed, 24MHz, seemed to work. But I still have some ghost key presses on one column. Since I have no problems with my 2.0 that is at 12MHz, I think its due to CPU speed.
My open-source synth/sampler/sequencer/DAW-in-a-box: The LMN-3
4 projects | reddit.com/r/synthdiy | 13 Jun 2022
The PCB was an entirely new endeavour for me, but it was essential in making the project footprint as small as possible. Never done any kind of electronics design outside of hobbyist arduino stuff and the initial prototype. I used [KiCAD 6] to design the PCB. KiCAD might be the single greatest GUI-based open-source software I have ever used, its a shame FreeCAD is so far behind it in terms of stability. It is also free and open source. I went with a simple 2 layer design with all through-hole components to keep things as simple as possible so people didnt have to mess around with heat guns or toaster ovens to solder the board. It turned out great. I also elected to use a teensy to do the heavy lifting. Sticking to an arduino platform means its a lot easier for people to contribute to the firmware. It also meant I could use the greatest arduino library ever written, Control Surface. Control surface is what makes it so easy to write the midi logic for the firmware. It is the backbone of the firmware and really is incredible.
MIDI controller for VJ’ing
2 projects | reddit.com/r/arduino | 20 Oct 2021
You could use the https://github.com/tttapa/Control-Surface library for the MIDI controller code, and https://github.com/tttapa/Control-Surface-Motor-Fader for driving the motorized faders.
What are some alternatives?
HelloDrum-arduino-Library - This is a library for making E-Drum with arduino.
Arduino-AppleMIDI-Library - Send and receive MIDI messages over Ethernet (rtpMIDI or AppleMIDI)
Control-Surface-Motor-Fader - Arduino motorized fader controller, and example code for integration with the Control Surface library.
ssd1306 - C++11/17 driver to operate SSD1306 OLED using AVR8.
Arduino-USBMIDI - Allows a microcontroller, with native USB capabilities, to appear as a MIDI device over USB to a connected computer
arduino_midi_library - MIDI for Arduino
Arduino-LED - Control addressable LED with Arduino
MD_MAX72XX - LED Matrix Library
ILI9488_STM32 - Port of 3.5 Inch RPI Display with ILI9488 controller on STM32CubeIDE
arduino-midi-recorder - Let's build an Arduino-based MIDI recorder!
m365_dashboard - Xiaomi M365 Display V0.2
dRehmFlight - Teensy/Arduino flight controller and stabilization for small-scale VTOL vehicles