DIY Arduino-based music sampler interface

Looking for a new way to control their audio sampling software, Instructables user ‘Internep’ made a small box housing a slider, rotary encoder, and eight large bolts – using them as buttons as a type of touch sensor. This allows very quick access to the various functions and sample playback thus allowing various effects to be made, such as:


That looks like a lot of fun, and everything you need to set this up is provided hereAnd for more, we’re on twitter and Google+, so follow us for news and product updates as well.


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