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Just a few words to tell that I managed to get a decent solution until a buy
some audio interface.
It is in my TODO to explain here what it is about to help in someway anyone
who is interested, but I've been so busy this past weeks that I couldn't do
In short, I used an old qwerty keyboard as a MIDI-keyboard and an old mouse
as a trigger-pedal thanks to this:
Thank so much to you all.
2009/10/14 Carlos Sanchiavedraz
> Going back to the topic, here are some more links I had in my bookmarks:
* Musix GNU+Linux
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Hi all.Just a few words to tell that I managed to get a decent solu=
tion until a buy some audio interface.It is in my TODO to explain h=
ere what it is about to help in someway anyone who is interested, but I'=
;ve been so busy this past weeks that I couldn't do it.
In short, I used an old qwerty keyboard as a MIDI-keyboard and an old m=
ouse as a trigger-pedal thanks to this:http://lsmi-all.sourceforge.net/Thank so much to y=
2009/10/14 Carlos Sanchiavedraz <firstname.lastname@example.org&=
 I would like to achieve something until I buy some decent interface=
2009/10/12 Carlos Sanchiavedraz <email@example.com>
Hi Michal,2009/10/12 Michal Seta <firstname.lastname@example.org>=
Here's my take at adapting a USB joystick (purchased second hand, $20
for a pair) as a "controller" for my guitar. =A0I actually perfor=
with that thing. =A0The thumb sticks were replaced by photocells so that
by waving my hand in front (and changing the intensity of light
reaching the components) I could control some continuous parameters.
The buttons of the pad were mapped to various things, depending on the
It was all hooked up to pd in which most of the audio processing took
place except for some presents where the buttons controlled a
sooperlooper instance via OSC.
What a guitar-attached-controller! ;) It mi=
ght be good for controlling fx, but maybe a little tricky to start recordin=
g a loop at the time you play with your right hand.Anyway, really nice.=
Do you have the project available.
I have now decided to give up the USB joystick on that instrument and
try to figure something out with the wiimote which is a lot of fun to
play with. =A0The other usual contender is an iPod Touch/iPhone even if
mostly used in connection with OSC.
Have fun digging, there are a lot of fun projects around.
Talking about wiimote and MIDI, keep track =
of a project I'm involved that I mentioned some time ago, wiimidi:<=
a href=3D"http://github.com/fontanon/wiimidi" target=3D"_blank">http://gith=
It's in its first steps, but I hope at the end it would be really e=
asy and useful for every kind of user.Thanks.=A0
On Sun, Oct 11, 2009 at 1:36 PM, Carlos Sanchiavedraz
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