a 72 channel MIDI controller as
virtual mixing console
72 rotary encoders are included in the
box. A Xilinx FPGA is used to
interpret the movement information and send it over 460kbaud serial interface
to the computer or the DIY audio workstation. The controller data is
10 bits with 1024 step resolution using intelligent
acceleration. The FPGA is also used to control the data streams. See
an older version of my MIDI controller for more details.
If desired the
transmission speed could be increased up to 920kbaud, but 460k is the limit of
my PC's UART interface. The data follows
my improved MIDI.
Enhanced CTRL setup for
the wide Mixing Console Function:
A next step is to implement the MIDI over S/PDIF for fast
transmission and adaption to the workstation.
See another Version of the
MIDI Controller 32