[PD] controllers besides midi
ben at ekran.org
Sat Apr 9 15:39:01 CEST 2005
AID is easier to build, but much MUCH more simple, and not quiet done
yet. Only 8 10bit A2D converters.
Paris Treantafeles wrote:
> hi chris,
> if i was more comfortable at assembling electronics, this would be the
> way to go for sure.
> i have a friend who is better at it though, so i'll pass the url on and
> see if it looks like something he can handle.
> On Saturday, April 9, 2005, at 05:03 AM, Christian Klippel wrote:
>> hi paris,
>> Am Samstag 09 April 2005 05:42 schrieb Paris Treantafeles:
>>> i've been doing some patches with PD/GEM and using the knobs on my midi
>>> keyboard to control things.
>>> the problem is that the resolution with midi is not good enough.
>>> what is a better way to control objects externally?
>>> knobs, sliders, etc...
>> you might want to take a look at the usb multio box from me :
>> it is a do-it-yourself electronic project that will give you plenty of
>> i/o to
>> your computer, with a really nice resolution (12 bit for ad and da).
>> you can hook up faders to it, knobs, sensors, button, lights....
>> whatever you want .....
>> if you arent able to do such a project yourself, you may know someone
>> who can
>> help you with that. if anything fails, i may be able to help you with
>> that as
>> also, right now i am creating a "stripprd down" version of that. it
>> will have
>> the same extendability, but fit on a single board and is powered bny
>> the usb
>> instead of a extra wallwart. that should be ready in about a month or
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