USB MIDI chord strummer PCB for Teensy 3.2 (built in audio) or Teensy LC (USB MIDI only)Designed by yoe, Ships from Sweden
What is it? T. Chordstrum is a pocket size USB MIDI chord strummer, to be played similarly to an autoharp or omnichord. It is intended for pairing with a PJRC Teensy microcontroller board that is n...Read More…
What is it?
T. Chordstrum is a pocket size USB MIDI chord strummer, to be played similarly to an autoharp or omnichord. It is intended for pairing with a PJRC Teensy microcontroller board that is not included and must be bought separately. The T. Chordstrum can be put together in two different ways, either with a Teensy LC for brains giving it USB MIDI capability only, or with a Teensy 3.2 giving it built in audio through a 3.5mm line level jack (in addition to the USB MIDI).
The strumming area consists of eight touch pads (or “strings”) that play notes of the chord selected.
The chord to be played is selected using the buttons of the chord keyboard. The keyboard is setup in Circle of Fifths order, putting chords most frequently used together next to eachother. The top row selects Major chord, mid row selects minor chord and bottom row selects 7th chord. You can use combinations of these to select other chords.
Color of PCB may vary. Contact me if you need a specific one.
This item is meant for people who want to do their own takes on this instrument/controller. If you want the full kit, have another look in my store and see if I have the kits in stock.
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