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DIY audio mixer with arduino and sensor board + processing
posted May 19 2010 11:54.23

Geoffroy Tremblay built a prototype of an audio mixer with and Arduino Board ~ connecting to processing, on a machine running puredyne os. The fact that arduino sends serial signals over USB which isnít understood by audio software emerged the need for a midi usb device, this device came on a kit to end needede electronics. The project needs a box but except this is fully operational. The whole story can be found here.

[Link: ponnuki]
Tags: electronic project   diy   music   computer peripheral hacks   microcontroller   arduino   

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