Hi Robin,Great work on your MIDI looper probject. I just noticed this posting, so sorry if I am coming in late to the conversation. In any case, I just wanted to extend an offer of help. I've worked with MIDI a fair amount, as well as music software development, and embedded development. I'll gladly try and answer any questions you might have.
-cpr p.s. Here is some background to let you know where I am coming from: www.musetrap.com/cpr/resume And here is a video of the side project I am working on with Aruino: http://youtu.be/Wg2Dzv_kk5M Quoting Robin <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Here is the first video I found on YouTube from the person that made it I'm guessing http://youtu.be/Qx1R-JXGoxs and here is mine todayOn Nov 10, 2013, at 5:02 AM, mark francombe <email@example.com> wrote:Cant help, but watching this with interest... let us know how you got on Robin.. Ive been talking about a midi looper for yonks.The functionality of the project seems a little off. It actually DETECTS where it thinks you want to put a loop? Odd. sound pretty random, but maybe be very fun of course.I can see that the main thing to make this a usable thing rather than just a gimmick, would be to synch it to incoming midi clock... In a sense it doesnt matter where it loops then, as long as its on a midi clock cycle.I just looked at the Google Code page, are there any YouTubes of it in operation?MarkOn Sun, Nov 10, 2013 at 6:17 AM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: Very cool, thanks for sharing!I've been dipping into the arduino pool as well but unfortunately can't helpyou with the coding for this. Have you asked any of the arduino codingforums? You might find some similar coding you can leverage with regards tosome of the pulse oximeter, and heart beat monitoring codes that are pretty extensively promulgated around the web. I've seen some code that actually looks for beats in the heart rhythm to calculate 'Beats per minute'. Please keep us posted (well, at least me ;-))! Would love to hear how this turns out. All the best, Robin!! Mike www.michaelplishka.com www.scribbledmusings.com www.zenstorming.com https://www.reverbnation.com/michaelplishka ---Original Message----- From: Robin [mailto:email@example.com] Sent: Saturday, November 9, 2013 5:43 PM To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com Subject: Moopz arduino midi looperI'm taking a shot in the dark to see if anyone has built this project? Or ifI can find the project owner. I started with arduino a few months ago and this is my first serious project. I found it at moopz.googlecode.com . I built it and is working. It is looping 4 separate midi slots. But the slots are sync free or sync independent. The email of the project admin doesn't work so I can't send messages there. Maybe someone in this group has experience with moopz, arduino ,midi sync/tempo . I'm trying to determine the tempo from the first loop and sync the others to it? Thanks in advance loopers of the world-- Mark Francombe www.markfrancombe.com www.ordoabkhao.com http://vimeo.com/user825094 http://www.looop.no twitter @markfrancombe