This really is stunning. I’m a die-hard vinyl dj that realizes vinyl is indeed dying. But I still need that rotary feel. I’m looking to build a controller with 3 ALPS pots for volume, 3 motorized faders (or maybe pots) for pitch control, and 3 cue buttons. Did you ever solve the noise problems you mention in this post?
Hi, brilliant project even better for making it open source. I am wanting to make my own HID dj controller, 48 pots (@8bit resolution) 128 buttons (being 1bit each).(thus filling my HID report [maximum 64Bytes])
The wiring is fairly simple 3* 16:1 multiplexers for the analogue in and a demuxing 16:1 multiplexer split to 2 grids of 8*8 into 2* 8:1 multiplxers for 128 buttons
At present I have a Arduino Uno which doesn’t lend itself well to HID (I can flash the firmware and I have had a simple 4 analogue 10 button set up working) as I’m new to the game I’m using others code and don’t fully follow everything.
What I’m asking is would a Teensy 3.1 be better suited to a project like this?
I get the basic idea what the code should do,
if 4 binary pins (multiplex control) read 0 0 0 0, assign analogue reading from AO to variable fader A0_00
if 4 binary pins read 0 0 0 1, assign analogue reading from AO to variable fader A0_01
If you could offer any advice please email.
Thanks for making this Open Source! You ROCK!
PS: Where do you find those led buttons ?
Keep the good work
This is SO perfect ! With RGB strips support it would be SO SO CRAZY !
Which fft library did you use? That page is down. I’d really like to build one of these.