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Microcontroller Hardware & Software for MIDI
By Mickey Sadler

Hi All.  If you are looking for simple, inexpensive hardware and
software for controlling punches, MIDIfying mechanical equipment, etc.
check out and follow the SimmStick links.

The SimmStick is based on the 30-pin single-in-line memory module
(SIMM) and is very inexpensive.  Some software is free, some is
shareware.  Also look at and rummage around
the links for interesting ideas.

Also try the PIC and
Atmel AVR beginners web site, for good info.  Follow the MIDI link
under Projects for info on a small MIDI adapter board and the different
versions available.

Mickey Sadler
Dublin, Ohio

(Message sent Tue 29 Feb 2000, 02:06:08 GMT, from time zone GMT-0500.)

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