I was thinking for building my own midi controller to communicate with software like VJ software: Resolume
I made a drawing of how I see it(click picture to enlarge)
Update of the drawing:(click picture to enlarge)
What does it have?
- 1 Arduino UNO board (maybe I'm gona need a bigger board with more analog inputs, if I wish to add more stuff)
- 4 Faders
- 2 PotMeters
- 8 Resistors
- 8 LED (Blue)
whats with the LED's and the faders
The 4 faders each have a LED, I want the to be off if my fader is at 0% and I it to be at on if my fader is at 100% and between its gona dim depending on the fader
The 2 potmeters and 4 LED's,
the idea: If my podmeter is in the middle the 2 LED's are dimmed to 50%, if I turn the potmeter completely to right, I want te right LED to be at 100% and the left on at 0%I love coding and figgering out how it works so I want to create my own code so (for arduino) so... Can I ask not to give any code
Since I'm do not actualy (yet) own a Arduino board I'm just doing some research if this is possible and thats why I'm asking, is this possible what I'm thinking of?
Is my drawning correct?
Is there a way to convert the data received from arduino to something MIDI so that Resolume or any other application can use?
If Successfully builded this controller, I'm thinking of creating a video tutorial
ps. I draw this in fritzing, if you wish to have the drawing, just ask