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One year ago the YouTuber Niisse posted an intriguing breadboard based sequencer. Well, now they are back with updates! Two new modules for the music maker with the aid of a Raspberry Pi. The open-face design is beautiful and meticulous. While you can certainly groove out some awesome tunes you might not want to jam too hard.

Via YouTube:

The sequencer lives! In this video I give you an overview of what I’ve been up to, and what the current state of the sequencer is. Then we check out how to program a beat, and use that to make a little bit of music happen.

Music by me.
Ending jam based on Metric’s Poster Of A Girl

Code: https://github.com/Niiisse/RPiMidiSC

Some more details from Hackster.io:

The Pi functions as the overall controller, but doesn’t need a screen for an interface. Instead it pipes data to the three distinct breadboard modules, which show data via a series of shift register-controlled seven-segment displays. A number of individual LEDs are also implemented to show the step sequence, as well as auxiliary data.

More Midi fun from the Adafruit Learning system:


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