I’ve created a basic MIDI library in order to handle MIDI processing :
You have nodes to initialize MIDI IN and MIDI OUT communication.
You can read the input messages from the MIDI IN.
You can also handle and send :
Contron Change (CC)
Feel free to comment and give me feedback to improve it.
Hey man, this is really awesome! Is there anywhere I can read about the different nodes more in-depth? I mean, reeeally explained like I’m 5 years old? I’ve barely scratched the surface with XOD and Arduino in general, but I’m pumped about the fact that this is node-based system (20+ years as a graphic designer, just turned Arduino nerd). What I’m hoping for, is a how-to setup a potentiometer to control a CC message which my DAW can see and understand. Basically, how does my patch become an interface that I can use in, say Ableton Live, and how can I utilise a multiplexer in my patch to set up multiple (20+) pot’s? In near future I’m also looking at adding a small step sequencer and other funky stuff. I’d love to get som inputs from you and develop further on this wonderful library, but I’d much rather do it under more private conditions. I know it’s not very good karma to ask, but would it be OK to email instead? In case you’re down with that, shoot me a message at email@example.com
great work, I will try it!
Is it possible to merge data from different MIDI-Ins to one MIDI-Out? Can I also split data from one MIDI-In to different MIDI-Outs?
Hello @dox ,
This basic library only handles one midi in and one midi out on the default hadware serial port of your arduino board.
If you want to handle severals midi in and out, you have to copy and modify the code of my nodes.