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Offline cosmicsoundexplorer

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MIDI Sprout with MIDI to cv Modules: Shuttle control
« on: April 30, 2018, 09:27:25 PM »
Hi,

I'm really interested in using the MIDI sprout with my modular.
My MIDI to CV interface is the Suttle Control by enouphines https://endorphin.es/assets/endorphin.es_shuttle_control_manual_170327.pdf
It  is completely customisable via a web page https://www.endorphin.es/cargo3/

I also have a MIDI to usb cable to connect the MIDI sprout and SC.

What I would like to know is what exactly the MIDI sprout outputs so I can program the SC.
Is there a list of MIDI data, cc and channels?

Cheers,

Adrien

Offline Nicola Alexandra Hajdu

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Re: MIDI Sprout with MIDI to cv Modules: Shuttle control
« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2018, 08:40:40 PM »
Hi Adrien!

http://www.nicola-hajdu.at/shareto/sprout/1.png
http://www.nicola-hajdu.at/shareto/sprout/2.png

MIDI-Sprout sends through CC80. The code reveals everything you need to know.

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Below you will find the codebase for the MIDI Sprout.  You can easily edit the code using the Arduino IDE and upload to your sprout.  You can change the note range, apply a musical scale to the data, change the MIDI CC controller number, and even build your own change detection algorithms!

Download a zip file containing the Arduino sketch .ino files: MIDI Psychogalvanometer 328p v021

LEDFader library from jgillick, be sure to add this to your Arduino Libraries from the gitHub repository.

The onboard ATMEGA328 chip is clocked at 16Mhz, just like an Arduino Uno.  One easy way to reprogram your Sprout would be to upload your new Code to an Arduino Uno, carefully remove the IC from the Uno board and exchange with the chip on your Sprout!

The MIDI Sprout circuit board includes pads for ICSP (In Circuit Serial Programming), to facilitate copying code to the ATMEGA328 chip when using a programmer.

Source: http://support.midisprout.com/index.php?topic=9.0

Much Love
Nicola