MAKE magazine wrote about this low-cost MIDI interface

The MIDITRON, basic version only $149. Up to 20 inputs for keys or buttons, or 10 analog inputs. They even have a wireless version for $399. If only it had more like 32 digital inputs.


4 thoughts on “MAKE magazine wrote about this low-cost MIDI interface”

  1. its very nice. Doepfer also have have a board called pocket electronics that EMIS sel for 65 GBP (128 USD) and it has 16 analog inputs and a very easy to use editor that can assign any midi command to any input. Check it out if you havent seen it.

  2. I couldn’t understand some parts of this article , but I guess I just need to check some more resources regarding this, because it sounds interesting.

  3. Kevin – the miditron simplifies the process of creating sensor and robotics based electronic art projects. It’s gone down in price since this post was written too. It’s about $99 now.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.