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TeensyDRUM

Postby WesleyS » 29/06/2017, 22:42

After a lot of testing I give you: the TeensyDRUM!
Here's some bare boards. (Sorry they're links)

Front:
http://i1281.photobucket.com/albums/a519/magicisdeadws/TeensyDRUM/image2_zps8qsbri2e.jpg

Back:
http://i1281.photobucket.com/albums/a519/magicisdeadws/TeensyDRUM/image4_zps149aojl0.jpg

Assembled:
http://i1281.photobucket.com/albums/a519/magicisdeadws/TeensyDRUM/image1_zpsgzcujqfa.jpg

With LCD, jacks and rotary encoders added:
http://i1281.photobucket.com/albums/a519/magicisdeadws/TeensyDRUM/0629171709_zps1wr9wqjy.jpg

So what makes the TeensyDRUM different? It has all the same features as the original microDRUM, but more! So let's go through the list:

    Serial(hardware) MIDI IN and MIDI OUT(with opto-isoplator)
    USB MIDI (IN and OUT)
    Up to 10 multiplexers can be attached, FOR A TOTAL OF 80 INPUTS!
    Either powered externally OR through USB
    LED to see the board is on
    External D+ and D-
    Can use a 16x2 LCD (standard or with 595) OR 20x4 LCD(with serial backpack)
    LCD 2 button system OR rotary encoder with push button
    Many, many extra digital pins for general use
    WAV Trigger compatible
    Overall cheaper ~$60-80 for all PCB components (not including jacks/other stuff)

More details to come!
Last edited by WesleyS on 24/07/2017, 18:25, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: TeensyDRUM

Postby MhelT » 13/07/2017, 7:22

I'm so excited in this project. Is it much faster than the arduino mcu? :)
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Re: TeensyDRUM

Postby MhelT » 13/07/2017, 7:25

thank you sir Wesly. :) can you post the codes and the schematics? :)
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Re: TeensyDRUM

Postby WesleyS » 24/07/2017, 18:24

This is the schematic:
http://i1281.photobucket.com/albums/a519/magicisdeadws/MicroDRUM/md24v12_zpsc1e107b5.png

Just imagine it's a Teensy 3.2 instead of the Arduino. The clock speed is much higher than the Arduino, at 96MHz when overclocked.
And here is the code:
https://github.com/massimobernava/md-firmware/tree/teensy-firmware
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Re: TeensyDRUM

Postby MhelT » 24/07/2017, 21:49

Thank you sir wesly. You're a great man indeed. I have a few questions.

Can i use a rotary encoader instead of switch?
Can i use teensy 3.5 instead of 3.2

Thank you so much sir.
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Re: TeensyDRUM

Postby kingki2 » 25/07/2017, 11:44

hi sir! i would like to start a project but i dont know where to begin. please help me
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Re: TeensyDRUM

Postby WesleyS » 29/07/2017, 14:02

You can use a rotary encoder instead of two push buttons, but the encoder still needs to have a push button built in.
I'm not sure about the 3.5, the pins are the same but i don't know if the micro SD card will stick out too much. If it fits on the board, then yes it will work
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Re: TeensyDRUM

Postby kingki2 » 30/07/2017, 14:04

hi! im getting confused of what project to follow. When im watching youtube "bateria electronica" which arduino mega is been using, while here your using arduino Uno" which one is the best or much easy? (sorry for the grammar)
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Re: TeensyDRUM

Postby MhelT » 30/07/2017, 14:23

Thank you so much. I'm so excited to build this project. But i have some confusions. Some of the settings in microdrum ​doesn't work. Like crosstalk and the Yswitch. Do you have any success in figuring out that one?
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Re: TeensyDRUM

Postby MhelT » 08/08/2017, 15:02

I hope you can add the ability to make a rim shot and also the support for a 3 zone cymblas. :) It would be more versatile if we have those features. :) Thanks sir Wesley. :)
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