"The Stomper" - a DIY-Controller Project




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Published on Dec 11, 2012

"the Stomper." is a homemade micro-Controller-Project:

It took me about 1-2 Months from ordering components, over soldering and finally programming the Code. I spend about 180Euro on parts.

I feel like my Controller kind of turned out as a merging of a NI Maschine and a Midi-Fighter from DJTechtools (=great Blog: www.djtechtools.com). At least I was inspired by both of these great products.
The Enclosure features curved edges, a Geometrical Placement of Components, Rubber Feet and a nice, black surface.

The device incorporates a sophisticated MIDI-based 2Gate-communication to the Software and and is powered by a Teensy ++ 2.0 (ATMEL-uController on a Dev. Board - http://www.pjrc.com/teensy/ )
I am planing to maybe do an Tutorial(www.instructables.com) with more detailed information once I have spare time.

Demo. Song Credits. chronological.
Modeselektor - Suckerpin (Feadz Remix)
Rocky Rock - Kannata
LL Cool J - The Breakthrough
Large Professor - The Entrance (The Polish Ambassador Remix - Thank you for letting me use that fine piece! - Check him out - really cool (and free) songs ;-)

Curtain Call:

Thanks to Marc, Mo, Maxi for helping me filming the Demo.

Huge Thanks to Max - he made the enclosure possible.

Thank you Kurt for the really neat filming location!

That's it - I'm glad if you like it ;-)


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