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Hi all!!
I'm sorry to open a new topic on this arguments, but none of the other topics helped me smiley-sad
I was used to have Roland SERIAL MIDI Driver  convert data sent from my arduino 2009 (and a couple of IR sensors, slider,pots... connected to it) to the pc (and then to Ableton & friends) , now i bought an arduino UNO and the roland trick seems not to work anymore, at least on windows 7 !
I have to find a way to have arduino communicate directly over USB, as i will be leading a very-basic introductory workshop on arduino + MIDI ,
and i need a quick and easy solution to let every attender run the code on his pc!
So i have to discard HIDuino (as flashing firmware and so it's not reccomanded on an introductory course smiley-grin ) , and i want to avoid any external / user programmed serial To Midi converter, as i made some in processing or other language, but i still get much more delay than using the roland serial midi driver on Arduino 2009!
Any help is appreciated!!
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Well, the main difference between Duemilanove and Uno is the USB interface, so it's not surprising that a serial interface doesn't continue to act in the same way. http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Boards
I wouldn't expect the same results from the USB interface.
Duemilanove boards are still available (and being discounted) so you should try to get some.
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