Thanks for all your support!
Midistomp Six is now sold out!
If you are interested in my new MIDI controller coming soon, go to www.piratemidi.com and put your name on the email list to be notified! Without your support of midistomp, this new project would not be happening. Thank you!
I’m always happy to chat by email if you want to ask questions about DIY stuff, or you want more info about the new pedal and whether it will be right for you.
ETA: Q4 2020
- Sloped Custom Aluminium Enclosure
- Software and Onboard Config
- 2 Expression Ports
- 5-Pin MIDI
- MIDI CLOCK
- RGB LEDs
- Silent Footswitches
- Stack Different MIDI message types
- 9v DC power
- USB C
- NO CODING/PROGRAMMING
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Please read the User Guide thoroughly to make sure you’re not missing any steps. Make sure to reboot your computer after installing the ArduinoIDE and the Teensyduino software. Make sure your midistomp is connected directly to your computer and not through a USB hub. Check the setting under “Tools>Port” to make sure that there is a device called “HID” with “(Teensy 2.o)” on the end. If that does not appear, please contact us.
Definitely! Please read the detailed description of how each profile functions in the user guide. They are still generic MIDI control templates, they just send messages slightly differently.
Sorry about that. The expression port code wasn’t ready for release before January 2020. There is a tutorial available for how to install your own. It takes one drill hole and three wires. No real disassembly of the device required so you should really give it a go!
Theoretically, there are enough pins available on the processor to add three in total, but the space in the enclosure is the problem. We recommend sticking with two.
This is a common issue. unfortunately no expression pedal is the same as another. There is different resistance, linear vs log potentiometers etc. Some even have the data pin on a different part of the plug! (Tip, ring, sleeve.) The midistomp uses: Tip=power, Ring=data, Sleeve=ground.
The midistomp expression profiles have a built in function so that you can manually adjust the range of the pedal to compensate for manufacturing differences. Please read the Expression Pedal section of the User Guide PDF for information.
Unfortunately that’s unavoidable. It won’t change your settings though.
The pedal I own (that you see in the photos) is the M-Audio EX-P. The expression profile is calibrated to this pedal, but you can edit the calibration as outlines in the uder manual.
The EX-P comes with a cable attached, but you can easily modify it to put in a TRS jack instead. Here’s a link to the tutorial.
Due to the great success of midistomp 6, I’ve been able to start work on a commercial (and cheap, don’t worry) MIDI foot controller. It will have 6 switches, but many many, more features. Sign up to the mailing list at www.piratemidi.com if you want to know when we start releasing info! And if you simply can’t wait – send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Unfortunately that won’t really work. Quiet switches are momentary, and these are latching. The circuitry would need serious hacking and so would the code. If you’re game, go for it! No warranties though 😉
visit the pjrc.com website, buy a teensy, and then hit up forum.pjrc.com and bathe in the glory of everyone’s amazing midi projects and all the code that’s in the public domain! It’s truly a fascinating learning curve.
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