After the release of the Sequencer Edition last November I’ve worked more on improving a little bit the enclosure. My main goal was using a little bit better materials and closing up the sides, for a more solid, finished feel. After a lot of thinking and design iterations I ended up “borrowing” an idea from … Read moreDigital Warrior – The final battle
I am happy to announce the release of a third Digital Warrior edition. The new hardware controls are focused on the stand alone sequencer firmware, turning the MIDI controller into an full blown 4 track monophonic MIDI synth sequencer. The new expansion board adds a small 7segment display and 3 buttons that help in the programming … Read moreDigital Warrior Sequencer Edition
After quite some time, I finally found a chance to update the MIDI Elements library, improve some features and make a proper documentation for it. After a lot of requests I added a class for endless encoders and RGB LED’s. Also added mapping features for the Potentiometer class that makes it easier to use with … Read moreMIDI Elements Teensy Library V2
A second complimentary controller to the Digital Warrior. Just one Teensy 3, 16 knobs, an CD4067BE Analog Multiplexer and a bunch of wires.
It’s been a while since I posted a new project here, but after the Moving Silence festival I got so fascinated, inspired and charged with this creative energy that shortly after I just knew exactly what I was going to do. At first it occurred to me that so far I’ve been working on mostly … Read moreAftertouch MIDI Glove
Exams are finally over and I can spend much more time experimenting with controllers without any traces of guilt. The major highlight for this post will be my new Arcade Warrior controller, a shameless rip-off of the Midi Fighter Pro (thank you DJTT for being such a great source of inspiration), and the Teensy++ micro-controller … Read moreArcade Warrior (Midi Fighter Pro clone)
Greetings once again, the last few days I gave more emphasis on working on the [k]ontrolPad and realized that my previous video did not demonstrate much the original concept I had in mind. So here is one more little demonstration video and some pictures of the development process. As I noted in my previous post, … Read more[k]ontrolPad