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Make A DIY Synth MIDI Control With Arduino

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Use an Arduino Uno to make a DIU synth MIDI controller. via instructables

Want to be able to control your DIY Synth with MIDI ?

Play it with a keyboard or sequence it in your favourite Audio editing software?

Step 1: What you need

Hardware

1x DIY Synth Kit
1x Arduino Uno
1x Usb Cable
1x 10k Resistor
1x 0.1uF Capacitor (polyester, ceramic, tantalum etc)
5x Jumper Wires

Software

Hairless Midi program (for windows or osx)
Digital Audio Workstation (Ableton/ Logic/ Cubase/ etc)
USB Midi Keyboard (optional)

Full tutorial


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