[LAD] "Open midi-keyboard"

Christian krampenschiesser at freenet.de
Fri Sep 25 16:58:23 UTC 2009

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Albin Stigo schrieb:
> Hi,
> I'm new to the list so I hope this is not the wrong forum!
> I've been working on a midi keyboard ("physical" hardware 88-keys
> "professional" = no toy) for a while for which I plan to release the
> schematics and source as open source.
> It's based around a Fatar keybed (they make Studiologic) and an Atmel
> AVR mcu. The code is all in C and is very portable.
> Current features are:
> - Velocity sensitivity.
> - Pedal support.
> - Custom velocity curves.
> - Only normal MIDI serial "current" link. No USB, yet...
> My questions are, Is there an interest in this sort of thing..? What
> features would you like to see, what are you missing from
> off-the-shelf products?
> Atb,
> Albin
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Well for me it should have 8 NRPN endless encoders with a little display
 below each encoder showing a received midi value.
And of course a 2d pad, mod and pitch wheel.
For the keys I love aftertouch :)
And you should think about a 37 keys version, which is pretty nice for live.
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