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How to Use Midiculousserial to Create Amazing MIDI Music

How to Use Midiculousserial to Create Amazing MIDI Music

If you are a music lover, you might have heard of MIDI, a technology that allows you to create and play digital music using electronic instruments. MIDI stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface, and it is a standard protocol that enables different devices to communicate and exchange musical data.


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But how can you create your own MIDI music without spending a fortune on expensive equipment? That's where Midiculousserial comes in. Midiculousserial is a software that allows you to turn any serial device into a MIDI controller. You can use it to connect your Arduino, Raspberry Pi, or any other microcontroller to your computer and use it as a MIDI input device.

With Midiculousserial, you can unleash your creativity and make music with anything that can send serial data. For example, you can use sensors, buttons, potentiometers, LEDs, or even bananas to control your MIDI software. You can also use Midiculousserial to send MIDI data from your computer to your serial device and control it with MIDI commands.

In this article, we will show you how to use Midiculousserial to create amazing MIDI music with your serial device. We will cover the following topics:

  • What is Midiculousserial and how does it work?

  • How to install and set up Midiculousserial on your computer?

  • How to connect your serial device to your computer and configure it as a MIDI controller?

  • How to use Midiculousserial to send and receive MIDI data between your serial device and your MIDI software?

  • Some examples of projects you can make with Midiculousserial.

By the end of this article, you will be able to create your own MIDI music with Midiculousserial and have fun with your serial device. Let's get started!

What is Midiculousserial and how does it work?

Midiculousserial is a software that allows you to use any serial device as a MIDI controller. A serial device is a device that can send and receive data using a serial communication protocol, such as UART, SPI, or I2C. A MIDI controller is a device that can send MIDI messages to control MIDI software or hardware.

MIDI messages are composed of bytes that encode information such as note on/off, pitch, velocity, control change, program change, etc. For example, a MIDI message that plays the note C4 with a velocity of 64 on channel 1 would look like this: 0x90 0x3C 0x40. The first byte (0x90) indicates that it is a note on message on channel 1, the second byte (0x3C) indicates the note number (60 in decimal), and the third byte (0x40) indicates the velocity (64 in decimal).

Midiculousserial works by converting serial data into MIDI messages and vice versa. It uses a simple protocol that defines how to map serial data to MIDI messages. For example, if you want to use a potentiometer to control the volume of your MIDI software, you would send serial data from 0 to 127 to Midiculousserial, and it would convert it into MIDI control change messages with controller number 7 (volume) and value from 0 to 127.

Midiculousserial runs as a virtual MIDI port on your computer, which means that it can communicate with any MIDI software or hardware that supports MIDI ports. You can use Midiculousserial to control your favorite DAW (Digital Audio Workstation), such as Ableton Live, FL Studio, Logic Pro, etc., or any other MIDI software or hardware that you have. 0efd9a6b88


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