Build your own MIDI controller!
Now with the new Proton C ARM based microcontroller!
Would you like to make digital sound and music with (almost) anything? This is your chance to build a midi controller that will allow you to solder or alligator clip wires to real world objects of your choosing. Our kit is heavily inspired by the Makey Makey but with a built in piezo speaker (for that chiptune vibe), a midi first focus, and programmability via QMK.
In this workshop you will solder our MIDI Any controller which includes a PCB, a Proton C microcontroller, and alligator clip wires. This workshop is suitable for all soldering skill levels.
Saturday, March 16th, 2019
12:30pm to 2:30pm*
Living Computer Museum + Labs
2245 1st Ave S
Seattle, WA 98134
Length: 2 hoursAges 12+**
Workshop Fee: $36
Museum Entry Fee: $16***
*Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of the workshop.
**Parent or Guardian must drop off any attendees under 18 years of age and must sign a waiver.
***Museum entry fee is required if you are not a member of the Living Computers Museum.