Yes, that is correct. I'm a bit embarrassed to say, but I did some copy-paste from a previous project where I used some of the MidiController library and I forgot to remove it. I guess it's just like all the cookies I ate over the holidays... A bit of extra weight and it serves no function. I'm a real novice when it comes to coding so when something works I really don't ask why most of the time! Thanks for your work on the MIDI Controller Library! It's my favorite one to use with Arduino!
Just finished a 2nd board with the C# using the capacitiveSensor.h library. I'll post an update soon.
The Teensy 3.2 only has 12 capacitive Touchsense pins and I wanted to complete the octave. I had to choose a note to leave out, so C# had to go. I think I can make my own capacitive circuit so I might try to add one more so I can make a complete chromatic octave for the next one!
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I used the MIDI_Controller.h You can get it here: https://github.com/tttapa/MIDI_controller/blob/mas...Check the .ino file to see the code I used.
Thanks for your question. I used a page out of a magazine that I taped to a normal 8.5x11in piece of paper. This method does not use any heat from a laminator or iron, just acetone in nail polish remover. This video helped me in the process:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVhSCEPINpM
Thanks! It was fun to make!
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