Hello, I wonder if there is any project going on here or somewhere or wherever that turns an Arduino into a midi file player. I have seen a video on Youtube or so, where someone shows a solution with an sd-card and a 16x2 display, but unfortunately this is only a demonstration that it can be done, not how.So I was wondering if someone saw a project like this is developing here somewhere in public? I would love to have a really small midi file player with the possibility to alter the midi-stream in realtime...Thanks a lot! Martin...
Thanks a lot for your reply, but I did not mean to make the Arduino produce any sound at all, I just want it to send the midi events from midi files on the sd-card to a midi-out, thats all...Actually I found a complete ATMEGA8 and ATMEGA168-based solution, which is unfortunately NOT for Arduino, but it might be possible for me to solder the stuff together. The biggest problem I have is that I have no clue how to program the bare ATMega-Chip... Yet...Have a look at this (german) page: It seems not toooo hard to build up such a thing... I will try...Thanks for your kind post! Martin...
Did you find this?: http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/Midi Surely that is the starting point. I typically use the main Google search and use arduino as the first word. For example, I go to www.google.com and search on: arduino midi which returns over 1 million hits. There is absolutely several spot-on answers to your questions there in the first several pages of hits.If you go to http://arduino.cc/forum/ and scroll down you will see "Forum 2005-2010 (read only)" where there is yet more content than here in the current version. I assure you that there are MANY spot-on discussions. Work on your search skills.
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