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loris760

hi everybody.
I attempt to make this  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GG0Eb8LrL00 .
I would to use a midi pedalboard, not the potentiometer. Somebody know how?
I 'm not expert with Arduino.

johnwasser

Use a MIDI Input to get signals from the pedalboard. 
http://www.notesandvolts.com/2012/01/fun-with-arduino-midi-input-basics.html

Use those signals in place of the potentiometer to get the results you want.
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loris760

I would to use usb host shield. Is it possible?

johnwasser


I would (like) to use (a)  usb host shield. Is it possible?

Not only possible but necessary.  The project you pointed to uses a USB Host Shield V2.  I would recommend using the same device, if possible, to avoid extra work.
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loris760

Sorry John, i don't speak english so well.

So i use arduino uno+ usb host shield v2+ libraries that you post and it might work?

johnwasser


Sorry John, i don't speak english so well.

So i use arduino uno+ usb host shield v2+ libraries that you post and it might work?


You will need to build a little bit of hardware for the MIDI interface.  Put them all together and you should be able to write a sketch that will allow you to control the guitar pedal with your MIDI pedalboard.
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