hdan at charybdis.com
Wed Jun 4 18:05:44 CEST 1997
At 08:42 AM 6/4/97 -0700, Troy Sheets wrote:
>I was thinking of building a box that had 2 or 3 of the most expensive,
>silky-smooth pots I could possilby find. The 2 or 3 pots could be
>assigned to any MIDI controller # and the whole box could be set to any
>MIDI channel. It would take MIDI IN data and merge it with the controller
>data generated by tweaking the pots. This way, you can record knob tweaks
>on your sequencer.
Funny you should mention that, PAiA has just released a new EPROM for
their midi computer that does just that. Check their web page, and
look in the Finger Drum section. (Actually, look in the What's New
section - it was the most recent entry a day ago.)
Technically, their box is a cv->midi (that's right, cv->midi) converter.
So, just tie up to 8 knobs as voltage dividers from a +5V supply, and
you're in business.
Dan Higdon (hdan at charybdis.com)
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