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Teensy MIDI USB foot controller for controlling Mobius Looper

Posted on Thursday, August 21st, 2014 in DIY, hacks by DP

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Thrifleganger wrote this instructable detailing his Teensy MIDI USB foot controller for controlling Mobius Looper:

The concept is quite simple and straightforward. You press a button, the arduino interprets the signal arriving from the button as a midi “control change” signal (typically represented as MIDI CC), and this signal can be mapped to respond to any of the parameters of the looper.

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