i've bought an UNO board
I realise i'm gonna need a midi cable splitter as I need to record the midi into my computer as well as feeding it to the arduino.
To demonstrate, I'm going to write the code for a basic MIDI visualizer that uses my favorite WS2812B addressable LEDs. The goal is to have LEDs on the strip correspond to different notes on the keyboard so they light up when a key is pressed, and turn off when the key is released.
He manages to achieve fast keyboard playing and good responsiveness with the LEDs.
inside info says he is using a custom arduino build running from the tutorial I posted.
Well obviously you don't believe me so I am assuming that you don't want anymore help from me.Good look with trying to recreate that video with WS2812 LEDs.
its about seeing the builds other people have managed.
Adafruit NeoPixel instead of WS2812bs
or even APA102?
Or maybe even abandoning the Arduino and buying a Raspberry pi like this guys setup...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZgYViHcXdM