A library for creating Teensy MIDI controllers with support for hold or latch buttons, potentiometers, encoders, capacitive sensors, Piezo transducers and other velocity sensitive inputs with aftertouch.
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Flicker
examples
MIDIbutton.cpp
MIDIbutton.h
MIDIcapSens.cpp
MIDIcapSens.h
MIDIcontroller.h
MIDIdrum.cpp
MIDIdrum.h
MIDIenc.cpp
MIDIenc.h
MIDIpot.cpp
MIDIpot.h
README.txt
keywords.txt

README.txt

  /////////////////////////////////////
  //                                 //
  // MIDIcontroller - Version 2.2.5  //
  //                                 //
  //     A library for creating      //
  //     Teensy MIDI controllers     //
  /////////////////////////////////////

/*
FEATURES INCLUDE:
  - Velocity sensitive FSR or Piezo inputs
  - momentary, latch or 'trigger' buttons
  - Stable analog to MIDI conversion for potentiometers and other sensors
  - Support for encoders and capacitive touch sensors
  - 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)

IN THE WORKS:
  - replace KILL with a second user-selectable CC number
  - add an option to allow encoders to change 1 MIDI value per detent
  - MIDIdrum timer and waitTime should probably be fine tuned
  - figure out how to get velocity from Capacitive Touch (wish me luck on that)

VERSION LOG:
  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)
  

  
***THIS LIBRARY REQUIRES THE MIDI, BOUNCE AND ENCODER LIBRARIES***

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
  
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
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THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
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LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
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THE SOFTWARE.

contact: joshnishikawa@gmail.com
*/