As I have mentioned, I am building a MIDI controller using the PIC18F4550. The controller has a MIDI in port, and acts as a MIDI to USB converter as well.
- 10 potentiometers (knobs)
- MIDI in
- USB MIDI interface
- Drill and mount the front panel
- Create and mount the PCB
- Mount the guts in the case
- Active sense handling
- MIDI channel selection
As always more details, source code, schematic, and PCB will follow.
I have some PIC18F4550s lying around, and I want to play with the USB features of this chip, therefore I made this breakout board. It contains enough components to get the PICMicro running, and nothing more, all the pins are routed to pin-headers to use with an experimenter board.
- ICSP connector (In-Circuit Serial Programming, AKA PicKit 2 & 3)
- USB-B Connector
- 20Mhz clock crystal
Eagle files: PIC18F4550 USB ICSP breakout board
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