hello there, i'm new to this forum — and glad to be here.
i am trying to build a sort of midi-converter, which takes incoming midi data (notes and/or channels) and transforms them into other data. see my sketch as for what i mean.
what i'm trying to achieve is to trigger a drum-set (audio to midi) and change the chords / notes this drum-set plays. on my audio-to-midi converter i can assign each incoming audio signal (via piezo mic) a note value. this again i pass on to a synthesizer. my current restriction is, that each drum can only be assigned one note value, which means in order to change to notes my drum-set is "playing", i need to reconfigure the converter. the idea i basic: i'd like to pinch a converter-box between the (midi-)output of the converter and my synthesizer/sound-generator. this converter is to change the incoming data / notes as played on a connected midi-keyboard, and thus output the new notes.
any idea? is this actually achievable with arduino? thanks a ton!