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NEEDED - Trigger to MIDI - Circuit Schematics or Module
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Alexandra



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PostPosted: Tue Apr 29, 2008 9:57 am    Post subject: NEEDED - Trigger to MIDI - Circuit Schematics or Module
Subject description: Trigger to MIDI Interface - Circuit Schematics or Module for MIDI Marimba that I am building
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Trigger to MIDI Interface - Circuit Schematics or Module for MIDI Marimba that I am building.

what ever I build or buy needs to handle 5 octaves or 64 notes capacity.
I suppose midi notes #33 t0 #99.

I am looking for a device or circuit that can interface between a MIDI Marimba, that I am building with touch and velocity sensitive Triggers, and a sound modual.

PLEASE: No drum triggers. I need something polyphonic, velocity and pressure sensitive, and has a wide note range of 64 note minimum span.

I am willing to build the circuit board from scratch if need be but prefer one already built.

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 29, 2008 10:59 am    Post subject: Re: NEEDED - Trigger to MIDI - Circuit Schematics or Module
Subject description: Trigger to MIDI Interface - Circuit Schematics or Module for MIDI Marimba that I am building
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Alexandra wrote:
Trigger to MIDI Interface - Circuit Schematics or Module for MIDI Marimba that I am building.

I am looking for a device or circuit that can interface between a MIDI Marimba, that I am building with touch and velocity sensitive Triggers, and a sound modual.

I am willing to build the circuit board from scratch if need be but prefer one already built.



http://www.zzounds.com/item--ROLTMC6
http://homepage.mac.com/davedbw/midiDBW.html

http://timara.con.oberlin.edu/~jtalbert/MTrig/mtrig.htm


The Akai S900 sampler has a trigger to midi converter built in, but that's somewhat expensive, very bulky and may be hard to find. It was a very popular sampler in the 80's though.

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 29, 2008 1:52 pm    Post subject: NEEDED - Trigger to MIDI - Circuit Schematics or Module Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Thanks Cappy, Good suggestions. you were on the right track.
The website http://timara.con.oberlin.edu/~jtalbert/MTrig/mtrig.htm was more like what I am seeking.

what ever I build or buy needs to handle 5 octaves or 64 note capacity.
I suppose midi notes #33 to #99.

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