‘Megachordotron’ is a Simple MIDI Controller Built with Teensy, First Seen at World #MakerFaire #WMF16
Will Ware (actual last name!) built this … ware, a MIDI controller assembled around a simple wood-and-hardware interface, using Teensy 3.1 or 3.2, “organized around chords, designed for people too clumsy to play a guitar.” And it sounds pretty cool too!
And the best part is the project’s build notes are completely open-sourced and available here on GitHub!
Here’s a more sound-balanced video of Will demoing his instrument with some explanation:
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