On Wed, 17 Nov 2010 10:51:30 +0100
Martin Homuth-Rosemann <linuxaudio(a)cryptomys.de> wrote:
Am 16.11.2010 22:13, schrieb Arnold Krille:
On Tuesday 16 November 2010 20:25:12 Joan
Last year I spent time being confident with
arduino projects (music
related, sending MIDI messages to a hard synth, etc).
I would hack that when I plug my arduino (USB), it appesars in aconnectgui
list, the same way that I plug my Axiom 25 and magically it appears in
I suppose that this task could be called "to program an alsa driver for
arduino", isn't it?
If someone can point me in the right direction...
I think its more a task of "make arduino behave as a standard-compliant
If you have that code, please share it :-)
Linux-audio-dev mailing list
I've done that with the V-USB lib from obdev.at:
"V-USB is a software-only implementation of a low-speed USB device for
Atmel’s <http://www.atmel.com/> AVR® microcontrollers, making it
possible to build USB hardware with almost any AVR® microcontroller, not
requiring any additional chip.V-USB can be licensed freely under the GNU
General Public License or alternatively under a commercial license."
The project discussion:
Project page, schematics and software download:
Very interesting website (note 'l' is missing from the 1st url). I wonder if
it would be possible to use some variant of this as a replacement for things
like the Midisport series of converters. Maybe use an arduino and translate the
serial pins as 'real' MIDI then hooked up to the USB software. Would be quite
convenient to not have to have a firmware downloader etc.
Will J Godfrey
Say you have a poem and I have a tune.
Exchange them and we can both have a poem, a tune, and a song.