I just made my own diy midi step sequencer using teensy2.0
board, 74hc165 for button inputs, 74hc595 for led outputs, and lots of
buttons, leds. This works with midi clock(0xF8) signal from DAW to regulate
song speed so it perfectly sync with beats from Ableton Live. It is possible
from editting current teensy usb-midi library to the function “void RealTimeSystem(byte rtb)” and the command “usbMIDI.setHandleRealTimeSystem(RealTimeSystem)”. thanks for checking, and more vids will come up asap. Cheers.
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