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    Application of Arduinos to VPOs

    Recently I have been on a roll exploring all the ways an Arduino Microcontroller can be used when implementing a VPO. So far, I've published the following on the Hauptwerk Forum in the DIY organ/MIDI section.

    http://forum.hauptwerk.com/viewforum.php?f=15

    An Arduino Decoder
    An Arduino Parallel Keyboard Scanner
    Arduino + Optical Switches
    Pipe Organ "Front End"
    Korg: "Time of Flight" Debounce
    A Simple VPO
    Galanti to VPO Conversion

    You can view the code for all these applications on my website:

    https://sites.google.com/site/casavantopus400/

    It is my hope that some of this may be useful to electronic hobbyists like myself who love organs.
    John

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    John, that's great. I'm downloading the sketches now and hope to look at the code to see what you are doing. I look forward perhaps getting you code running on a test board.
    Eric Mack
    www.ThisOld340.com
    Rodgers 340 S/N 34341
    Los Angeles, CA

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      #3
      Hello, John, First of all, sorry for my broken english and second, you're doing a great job. I'm starting a project of building a VPO for my particular use at home and my first intention is to use Arduino as well. (by the way, I began programming in Fortran also .

      I'd like to ask you one question regarding your web page. In the section "A simple VPO" in the comment in the beginning of your sketch, you say:

      "Equipment: Arduino Mega 2560 with three MIDI shields to accomodate three manuals."

      How can you accomodate three MIDI shields in a single Arduino Mega? Is a particular model you can stack?

      Thanks in advance and best regards

      Enrique

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