MIDIcontroller 2.3.2 - A library for creating Teensy MIDI controllers.
- by Josh Nishikawa (github.com/joshnishikawa/MIDIcontroller)
- velocity sensitive FSR, Piezo or Capacitive Touch inputs
- momentary, latch or 'trigger' type MIDI buttons (also work with Cap Touch)
- stable analog to MIDI conversion for potentiometers and other sensors
- stable Capacitive Touch to MIDI conversion for expression control
- support for encoders
- Min/Max output can be set (or inverted) for all MIDI. Min/Max input can also be set for analog input (maintaining stability in conversion)
*** THIS LIBRARY REQUIRES THE MIDI, BOUNCE, ENCODER and FLICKER LIBRARIES *** *** (github.com/joshnishikawa/Flicker) ***
VERSION LOG: 2.3.2 - Fixed the broken smooth() function for analog inputs. 2.3.1 - All examples updated to prevent MIDI and usbMIDI stack crashes. 2.3.0 - A major update to the Flicker library: - thresholds for Capacitive Touch buttons are automatically detected - more stable expression control for MIDItouch(previously MIDIcapSens) - MIDIdrum includes option to use velocity-sensitive Capacitive Touch - Even better stabilization of analog inputs - Added option for encoders to change 1 CC value per detent - Made "killSwitch" user-selectable (just put any CC# instead of KILL) - Added setKillSwitch(byte) to set kill CC (use OFF or 0 to disable it). - Added a few visual aides
2.2.5 - Bugfixed jitter that occurred when using inputRange() with input maxed - Arguments for specific velocities can now be passed to velocity inputs - Added literals to highlight MOMENTARY, LATCH, TRIGGER and KILL modes - Long overdue completion of the "Flicker" library (for Cap Touch input) - Made separate examples for 'pot' and 'sensor' (to avoid confusion)
2.2.0 - Added support for Piezos (Must be wired properly. See example) - "MIDInote" class changed to "MIDIdrum" and optimized for FSR and Piezo - Removed redundant 'velocity' variable. Just call outputRange(127, 127) - Added support for using a Capacitive Touch input as a MIDIbutton - Included 'Flicker' library (required for Capacitive Touch buttons) 2.1.5 - got rid of useless '*MC' pointer. renamed 'kill' to 'mode' 2.1.3 - included an example of how to implement aftertouch 2.1.2 - many variables changed to 'byte' or 'uint16_t' for easy storage public and private variables are better sorted 2.1.0 - Split read() and send() functions. MIDI channel is now user selectable 2.0.6 - Fixed a bug preventing poly CC to return to zero after note off. 2.0.5 - Added a condition to prevent many double note triggers. 2.0.4 - Added support for capacitive sensors (and started this version log)
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