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4×4 DIY MIDI Fighter Controller #3DThursday #3DPrinting

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Shared by Staal3D on Thingiverse:

MIDI Controller for various DAW and music programs. This is a MIDI Fighter styled unit and is really fun to play with. Has been tested it in Ableton Live, Reason, Garage Band, and Traktor. Works like a charm. MIDI Map it to what ever you want. It has 4 Analog and 16 Digital output.

What hardware you need to make one:

On/off switch size 12.9mmx19.4mm

16 Sanwa 24mm Arcade buttons (or clones)

4 Knobs size: 15mm x 17mm (KN-11/WS)

4 10k potentiometers

8 4-6mm M3 button head screws

Arduino Mega (mounting screws or glue gun)

Dupont wires for the arduino

Wires for the buttons and potentiometers

For the software use the MocoLufa boot loader and you are able to program the Arduino again without needing to flash the boot loader. This is what the ON/OFF switch is for. READ THE MocoLUFA instructions on the link. And as a bonus the Arduino shows up and work as a normal Native USB MIDI device without the need for a emulator such as hairless MIDI etc. 


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