I built an Arcade DIY MIDI controller with an Arduino Pro Micro: The Fliper

➡️ Download the files: https://bit.ly/projects-musiconerd ➡️ Making Music with Arduino: https://nerdmusician.teachable.com/p/… ➡️ Curso Fazendo Música com Arduino em Português: https://www.musiconerd.com/curso-comp…

In this video, I’ll show you the process of building this arcade DIY MIDI controller, which I did using an Arduino Pro Micro. I built this controller so I could have a launchpad, but also a couple potentiometers to control parameters in my DAW.

This controller was inspired in the MIDI Fighter! I used all the inputs of the Arduino Pro Micro, and made it plug and play – no other software or driver needed, using the MIDIUSB library.


How to Build it

If you want to build the Fliper, I’ll leave the schematics and the code bellow so you can download it. But if you want a  step-by-step tutorial on how to build  this one and many other midi controller projects, I have the Making Music with Arduino course.

In the Making Music with Arduino I teach you not only how to build this controller, but also how to program and about electronics, and many other things, like how to design and manufacture enclosures like that. You can also subscribe for the first module of the course for FREE, where I’ll teach you how to build your first MIDI controller for under US$30!

➡️ Download the files: https://bit.ly/projects-musiconerd

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