Jay from Livid Instruments demonstrates how you can use Livid’s ControllerDIY Board to create your own custom MIDI Controller.
Details on the ControllerDIY Board below. It’s listed as “Coming soon” at the Livid site.
The DIYcontroller board provides a USB and MIDI interface to create controllers for music, VJing, installations, or performance. With the DIYController you can build you own keyboards, control surfaces, instruments, and create interactive control using sensors, triggers, faders, buttons, dials, or anything else you can imagine. The DIYcontroller is class complaint, USB powered and the firmware has Open Source software tools for custom development and configuration.
- USB Powered
- Class-compliant no drivers needed
- 16 direct wire digital button contacts (support up to 64 contacts with a diode matrix, and 2048 with a diode matrix and support chips)
- 64 direct wire analog inputs
- 14 direct wire LED’s (support for additional LED’s with an external power supply)
- Programmable MIDI settings with a software editor via USB
- Dimensions 3.5″ x 4.5