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Arduino sequencer

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    3 Responses to “Arduino sequencer”

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      Ben said:
      May 11th, 2011 at 11:44pm #

      Will there be some more info on this one still coming up in the future? I really like this use of the Arduino, and as I’m just learning both circuit bending and basic electronics (along with the Arduino) this seems like a very cool project. I assume the basic Arduino sketch and function here could be used with other things besides SA keyboards too?

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      BeepBoy said:
      November 21st, 2012 at 2:49pm #

      I was exactly looking for this use of Arduino as a sequencer of an analog signal. Could you explain in general how this one works? I thought of using relays to make the arduino derive the analog signal from the instrument to one step at a time, but I think this could be done more efficiently.

      Thank you!

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      casper said:
      December 16th, 2012 at 8:40pm #

      Hey BeepBoy. I’m triggering transistors with the arduino that are connected to/triggering three keyboards and 2 little $5 samplers (the black boxes).
      Here are some schematics:
      http://casperelectronics.com/finished-pieces/circuit-bending-tutorial/interfacing-with-the-arduino/

      The two Casio SK1s have sequencers in them that record what I am playing. The arduino is triggering the “one-key playback” feature of the sequencer.
      The other keyboard provides the drum sounds.
      The two samplers are picking up the sound from the room. They are randomly triggered to record and playback.

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