As a small Midi decodr board, the Midi2Org_12 completes the Orgautomatech range. It will be useful to:
12 output, 24 volt , 2 Amp each
max size: Only 100 * 50 mm: can fit in any instrument, even the smallest..
All ouputs are clearly marked on the board.
Midi channel can be changed directly on the board by push button and LED, no need of any computer. Useful "on stage" to play together with friends.
Responds to note-on, note-off, all note off (CC123)
Considers note-on with velocity 0 as note-off
Supports MIDI running status
Easy mapping of outputs by «self-learning» ( with Midilector ie) or with the freeware "Parametor".
New : For security, limitation of the note number playing together. This feature can be set by the user himself with Parametor
Protection against bad polarity
Compatible with every midifiles player in respect to MIDI standard
The MIDI OUT socket acts as a MIDI THRU. That means that every message that arrived via MIDI IN goes out via MIDI OUT except active sensing messages.
Can be configured in "latch"mode. One short note opens the output, the same short note again closes the output. Set up by the user himself with Parametor.
Can be configured in "pulse" mode for percussion like xylophone. The lenght of the note can be fixed or depending on velocity, thus the strenght of the hammer is depending on velocity.
On demand, one or more outputs can be programmed to respond to sustain or another control change of your choice
On demand, can be programmed to drive any monophonique instrument like a recorder or a saxophone
Arrived fully tested with all components mounted
Designed, programmed and made at Niort, France
What to do with a midi board?
Doing the interface between your computer (or player as MIDILECTOR Midi) and your mechanical musical instrument (organ, piano, accordion ..). You plug a MIDI cable / USB from the computer to the MIDI board. Connect an electromagnet at each board output. These solenoids open valves or pull on levers to produce notes on the instrument. The board job is to switch on or off the electromagnet corresponding to the note read in the MIDI file on the computer or Sd player.
You can also drive DC lights, within the board limits. 220 volt lights can be driven by use of relays.