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Newer page: version 6 Last edited on November 5, 2012 11:23 pm. by 216.15.16.163
Older page: version 5 Last edited on April 20, 2004 4:45 pm. by JeffDairiki
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 I've heard of people using cheapie (Casio) keyboards for this. 
 Rip out most of the guts, rewire the key-contact connections... 
  
-There's a variety of circuits available at http://geocities .com/ midiboutique/ which look like they'll do the trick. (But I have no experience with the, so can't vouch for them.) There must be other sources for this sort of thing...  
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-Other sources for MIDI encoders:  
- * http://www.sound-research.net/  
+There's a variety of circuits available at http://www .midiboutique.com / which look like they'll do the trick. (But I have no experience with the, so can't vouch for them.) There must be other sources for this sort of thing... 
  
 If you want a DIY solution to MIDI keyboard encoding take a look at Thorsten Klose's MidiBox system. Thorsten has developed the hardware and software for a very flexible MIDI controller that is completely customizable. 
  
  

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