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Electronic devices for MIDI control
   MIDI Footswitch Project
Way back in 1994, I began designing with Microchip PIC devices. One of the first projects I attempted was a MIDI Footswitch. This design is based on Microchip's application note AN529, or at least part of the schematic is. I added a few features as the design progressed.
   DIY Serial MIDI Interface
This page describes how to build this full-bandwidth single-port (one input and one output) MIDI interface. The interface is buffered (that is, if the PC gets behind you won't lose data) and it works in Windows 3.1 and Windows 95 using a special (and very well-behaved) device driver. The version described here uses a low-power, low-cost 20-pin Atmel microprocessor.

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