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  • Arduinome Progress | PeterMarks.info
    and music nerd in Portland OR View all posts by petermarks This entry was posted in Music Programming Projects Bookmark the permalink Deep Mix Arduinome Complete 2 Responses to Arduinome Progress Jason says December 29 2008 at 10 09 am So you were nearing completion on 12 5 are you done I want to see a video of it in action when you have a chance If it is as cool as I think it will be I might have to pay you to build me one Reply petermarks says December 31 2008 at 4 27 pm I m learning that debugging circuits isn t nearly as easy as debugging code It s assembled and recognized by my computer but I m still tracking down a loose solder joint somewhere Holiday festivities aren t helping my productivity either Reply Leave a Reply to petermarks Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Facebook account Log

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  • Arduinome project | PeterMarks.info
    parts for the rest of the Arduinome A complete parts list as well as step by step construction documentation can be found at Basement Leds Today I ordered a beautiful looking enclosure from Machine Collective and joined a group order for the pcb shield on the Monome boards Next step is to pick up a sparkfun button pads and pcb s A decision I ll have to make soon is whether to construct a traditional Monome Arduinome with monochromatic leds as document in Basement Leds or step to Julien Bayle s full color rgb Bonome Julien told us on the Ableton board that he s got one up and running without a hitch and that he will document the process on his site in the coming weeks As dumb as it sounds for a novice like me to take on the additional challenge of making my Arduinome rgb I m leaning towards that route More on this to come Like this Like Loading Related About petermarks I m a programmer and music nerd in Portland OR View all posts by petermarks This entry was posted in Music Programming Projects Bookmark the permalink 2008 Mix Arduinome Enclosure 7 Responses to Arduinome project Jason Ruff says October 21 2008 at 5 21 am It s about time you started looking at DIY electronics You ve already got one customer lined up for an Arduinome if you successfully complete the process Next up circuit bending Reply petermarks says October 27 2008 at 6 39 pm Here s an excellent article in Wired about the Arduino and open source hardware in general http www wired com techbiz startups magazine 16 11 ff openmanufacturing Reply Vmaxx says November 1 2008 at 9 06 pm So how is it coming along Did u get the PCB yet Just wondering cos I want to build one too but I m a little intimidated with the electronics programming Reply petermarks says November 2 2008 at 10 11 am I have not received my pcb and enclosure yet I too am completely new to DIY electronics but assembling and soldering the Arduino s proto shield was really easy These tutorials were an excellent resource for getting my feet wet http www ladyada net learn arduino index html These tutorials designed to accompany the Arduino starter kit http www adafruit com index php main page product info cPath 17 products id 68 I d recommend following those as a first step I ll keep posting my progress for this project here Feel free to hit me up with any further questions Reply Vmaxx says November 2 2008 at 11 14 pm Thanks Peter What is the proto shield for Is it necessary for making the logic part of the monome I know the pcb shield allow for extented functions for the arduino to control the leds on the keypads Any advice on what parts to order first I need to find a group buy for the shield thanks again V

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  • Arduinome project | PeterMarks.info
    parts for the rest of the Arduinome A complete parts list as well as step by step construction documentation can be found at Basement Leds Today I ordered a beautiful looking enclosure from Machine Collective and joined a group order for the pcb shield on the Monome boards Next step is to pick up a sparkfun button pads and pcb s A decision I ll have to make soon is whether to construct a traditional Monome Arduinome with monochromatic leds as document in Basement Leds or step to Julien Bayle s full color rgb Bonome Julien told us on the Ableton board that he s got one up and running without a hitch and that he will document the process on his site in the coming weeks As dumb as it sounds for a novice like me to take on the additional challenge of making my Arduinome rgb I m leaning towards that route More on this to come Like this Like Loading Related About petermarks I m a programmer and music nerd in Portland OR View all posts by petermarks This entry was posted in Music Programming Projects Bookmark the permalink 2008 Mix Arduinome Enclosure 7 Responses to Arduinome project Jason Ruff says October 21 2008 at 5 21 am It s about time you started looking at DIY electronics You ve already got one customer lined up for an Arduinome if you successfully complete the process Next up circuit bending Reply petermarks says October 27 2008 at 6 39 pm Here s an excellent article in Wired about the Arduino and open source hardware in general http www wired com techbiz startups magazine 16 11 ff openmanufacturing Reply Vmaxx says November 1 2008 at 9 06 pm So how is it coming along Did u get the PCB yet Just wondering cos I want to build one too but I m a little intimidated with the electronics programming Reply petermarks says November 2 2008 at 10 11 am I have not received my pcb and enclosure yet I too am completely new to DIY electronics but assembling and soldering the Arduino s proto shield was really easy These tutorials were an excellent resource for getting my feet wet http www ladyada net learn arduino index html These tutorials designed to accompany the Arduino starter kit http www adafruit com index php main page product info cPath 17 products id 68 I d recommend following those as a first step I ll keep posting my progress for this project here Feel free to hit me up with any further questions Reply Vmaxx says November 2 2008 at 11 14 pm Thanks Peter What is the proto shield for Is it necessary for making the logic part of the monome I know the pcb shield allow for extented functions for the arduino to control the leds on the keypads Any advice on what parts to order first I need to find a group buy for the shield thanks again V

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  • Arduinome project | PeterMarks.info
    is to source parts for the rest of the Arduinome A complete parts list as well as step by step construction documentation can be found at Basement Leds Today I ordered a beautiful looking enclosure from Machine Collective and joined a group order for the pcb shield on the Monome boards Next step is to pick up a sparkfun button pads and pcb s A decision I ll have to make soon is whether to construct a traditional Monome Arduinome with monochromatic leds as document in Basement Leds or step to Julien Bayle s full color rgb Bonome Julien told us on the Ableton board that he s got one up and running without a hitch and that he will document the process on his site in the coming weeks As dumb as it sounds for a novice like me to take on the additional challenge of making my Arduinome rgb I m leaning towards that route More on this to come Like this Like Loading Related About petermarks I m a programmer and music nerd in Portland OR View all posts by petermarks This entry was posted in Music Programming Projects Bookmark the permalink 2008 Mix Arduinome Enclosure 7 Responses to Arduinome project Jason Ruff says October 21 2008 at 5 21 am It s about time you started looking at DIY electronics You ve already got one customer lined up for an Arduinome if you successfully complete the process Next up circuit bending Reply petermarks says October 27 2008 at 6 39 pm Here s an excellent article in Wired about the Arduino and open source hardware in general http www wired com techbiz startups magazine 16 11 ff openmanufacturing Reply Vmaxx says November 1 2008 at 9 06 pm So how is it coming along Did u get the PCB yet Just wondering cos I want to build one too but I m a little intimidated with the electronics programming Reply petermarks says November 2 2008 at 10 11 am I have not received my pcb and enclosure yet I too am completely new to DIY electronics but assembling and soldering the Arduino s proto shield was really easy These tutorials were an excellent resource for getting my feet wet http www ladyada net learn arduino index html These tutorials designed to accompany the Arduino starter kit http www adafruit com index php main page product info cPath 17 products id 68 I d recommend following those as a first step I ll keep posting my progress for this project here Feel free to hit me up with any further questions Reply Vmaxx says November 2 2008 at 11 14 pm Thanks Peter What is the proto shield for Is it necessary for making the logic part of the monome I know the pcb shield allow for extented functions for the arduino to control the leds on the keypads Any advice on what parts to order first I need to find a group buy for the shield

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  • Arduinome project | PeterMarks.info
    is to source parts for the rest of the Arduinome A complete parts list as well as step by step construction documentation can be found at Basement Leds Today I ordered a beautiful looking enclosure from Machine Collective and joined a group order for the pcb shield on the Monome boards Next step is to pick up a sparkfun button pads and pcb s A decision I ll have to make soon is whether to construct a traditional Monome Arduinome with monochromatic leds as document in Basement Leds or step to Julien Bayle s full color rgb Bonome Julien told us on the Ableton board that he s got one up and running without a hitch and that he will document the process on his site in the coming weeks As dumb as it sounds for a novice like me to take on the additional challenge of making my Arduinome rgb I m leaning towards that route More on this to come Like this Like Loading Related About petermarks I m a programmer and music nerd in Portland OR View all posts by petermarks This entry was posted in Music Programming Projects Bookmark the permalink 2008 Mix Arduinome Enclosure 7 Responses to Arduinome project Jason Ruff says October 21 2008 at 5 21 am It s about time you started looking at DIY electronics You ve already got one customer lined up for an Arduinome if you successfully complete the process Next up circuit bending Reply petermarks says October 27 2008 at 6 39 pm Here s an excellent article in Wired about the Arduino and open source hardware in general http www wired com techbiz startups magazine 16 11 ff openmanufacturing Reply Vmaxx says November 1 2008 at 9 06 pm So how is it coming along Did u get the PCB yet Just wondering cos I want to build one too but I m a little intimidated with the electronics programming Reply petermarks says November 2 2008 at 10 11 am I have not received my pcb and enclosure yet I too am completely new to DIY electronics but assembling and soldering the Arduino s proto shield was really easy These tutorials were an excellent resource for getting my feet wet http www ladyada net learn arduino index html These tutorials designed to accompany the Arduino starter kit http www adafruit com index php main page product info cPath 17 products id 68 I d recommend following those as a first step I ll keep posting my progress for this project here Feel free to hit me up with any further questions Reply Vmaxx says November 2 2008 at 11 14 pm Thanks Peter What is the proto shield for Is it necessary for making the logic part of the monome I know the pcb shield allow for extented functions for the arduino to control the leds on the keypads Any advice on what parts to order first I need to find a group buy for the shield

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  • Arduinome project | PeterMarks.info
    is to source parts for the rest of the Arduinome A complete parts list as well as step by step construction documentation can be found at Basement Leds Today I ordered a beautiful looking enclosure from Machine Collective and joined a group order for the pcb shield on the Monome boards Next step is to pick up a sparkfun button pads and pcb s A decision I ll have to make soon is whether to construct a traditional Monome Arduinome with monochromatic leds as document in Basement Leds or step to Julien Bayle s full color rgb Bonome Julien told us on the Ableton board that he s got one up and running without a hitch and that he will document the process on his site in the coming weeks As dumb as it sounds for a novice like me to take on the additional challenge of making my Arduinome rgb I m leaning towards that route More on this to come Like this Like Loading Related About petermarks I m a programmer and music nerd in Portland OR View all posts by petermarks This entry was posted in Music Programming Projects Bookmark the permalink 2008 Mix Arduinome Enclosure 7 Responses to Arduinome project Jason Ruff says October 21 2008 at 5 21 am It s about time you started looking at DIY electronics You ve already got one customer lined up for an Arduinome if you successfully complete the process Next up circuit bending Reply petermarks says October 27 2008 at 6 39 pm Here s an excellent article in Wired about the Arduino and open source hardware in general http www wired com techbiz startups magazine 16 11 ff openmanufacturing Reply Vmaxx says November 1 2008 at 9 06 pm So how is it coming along Did u get the PCB yet Just wondering cos I want to build one too but I m a little intimidated with the electronics programming Reply petermarks says November 2 2008 at 10 11 am I have not received my pcb and enclosure yet I too am completely new to DIY electronics but assembling and soldering the Arduino s proto shield was really easy These tutorials were an excellent resource for getting my feet wet http www ladyada net learn arduino index html These tutorials designed to accompany the Arduino starter kit http www adafruit com index php main page product info cPath 17 products id 68 I d recommend following those as a first step I ll keep posting my progress for this project here Feel free to hit me up with any further questions Reply Vmaxx says November 2 2008 at 11 14 pm Thanks Peter What is the proto shield for Is it necessary for making the logic part of the monome I know the pcb shield allow for extented functions for the arduino to control the leds on the keypads Any advice on what parts to order first I need to find a group buy for the shield

    Original URL path: https://petermarks.info/2008/10/20/my-arduinome-undertaking/?replytocom=6 (2016-04-27)
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  • Arduinome project | PeterMarks.info
    is to source parts for the rest of the Arduinome A complete parts list as well as step by step construction documentation can be found at Basement Leds Today I ordered a beautiful looking enclosure from Machine Collective and joined a group order for the pcb shield on the Monome boards Next step is to pick up a sparkfun button pads and pcb s A decision I ll have to make soon is whether to construct a traditional Monome Arduinome with monochromatic leds as document in Basement Leds or step to Julien Bayle s full color rgb Bonome Julien told us on the Ableton board that he s got one up and running without a hitch and that he will document the process on his site in the coming weeks As dumb as it sounds for a novice like me to take on the additional challenge of making my Arduinome rgb I m leaning towards that route More on this to come Like this Like Loading Related About petermarks I m a programmer and music nerd in Portland OR View all posts by petermarks This entry was posted in Music Programming Projects Bookmark the permalink 2008 Mix Arduinome Enclosure 7 Responses to Arduinome project Jason Ruff says October 21 2008 at 5 21 am It s about time you started looking at DIY electronics You ve already got one customer lined up for an Arduinome if you successfully complete the process Next up circuit bending Reply petermarks says October 27 2008 at 6 39 pm Here s an excellent article in Wired about the Arduino and open source hardware in general http www wired com techbiz startups magazine 16 11 ff openmanufacturing Reply Vmaxx says November 1 2008 at 9 06 pm So how is it coming along Did u get the PCB yet Just wondering cos I want to build one too but I m a little intimidated with the electronics programming Reply petermarks says November 2 2008 at 10 11 am I have not received my pcb and enclosure yet I too am completely new to DIY electronics but assembling and soldering the Arduino s proto shield was really easy These tutorials were an excellent resource for getting my feet wet http www ladyada net learn arduino index html These tutorials designed to accompany the Arduino starter kit http www adafruit com index php main page product info cPath 17 products id 68 I d recommend following those as a first step I ll keep posting my progress for this project here Feel free to hit me up with any further questions Reply Vmaxx says November 2 2008 at 11 14 pm Thanks Peter What is the proto shield for Is it necessary for making the logic part of the monome I know the pcb shield allow for extented functions for the arduino to control the leds on the keypads Any advice on what parts to order first I need to find a group buy for the shield

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  • Arduinome project | PeterMarks.info
    parts for the rest of the Arduinome A complete parts list as well as step by step construction documentation can be found at Basement Leds Today I ordered a beautiful looking enclosure from Machine Collective and joined a group order for the pcb shield on the Monome boards Next step is to pick up a sparkfun button pads and pcb s A decision I ll have to make soon is whether to construct a traditional Monome Arduinome with monochromatic leds as document in Basement Leds or step to Julien Bayle s full color rgb Bonome Julien told us on the Ableton board that he s got one up and running without a hitch and that he will document the process on his site in the coming weeks As dumb as it sounds for a novice like me to take on the additional challenge of making my Arduinome rgb I m leaning towards that route More on this to come Like this Like Loading Related About petermarks I m a programmer and music nerd in Portland OR View all posts by petermarks This entry was posted in Music Programming Projects Bookmark the permalink 2008 Mix Arduinome Enclosure 7 Responses to Arduinome project Jason Ruff says October 21 2008 at 5 21 am It s about time you started looking at DIY electronics You ve already got one customer lined up for an Arduinome if you successfully complete the process Next up circuit bending Reply petermarks says October 27 2008 at 6 39 pm Here s an excellent article in Wired about the Arduino and open source hardware in general http www wired com techbiz startups magazine 16 11 ff openmanufacturing Reply Vmaxx says November 1 2008 at 9 06 pm So how is it coming along Did u get the PCB yet Just wondering cos I want to build one too but I m a little intimidated with the electronics programming Reply petermarks says November 2 2008 at 10 11 am I have not received my pcb and enclosure yet I too am completely new to DIY electronics but assembling and soldering the Arduino s proto shield was really easy These tutorials were an excellent resource for getting my feet wet http www ladyada net learn arduino index html These tutorials designed to accompany the Arduino starter kit http www adafruit com index php main page product info cPath 17 products id 68 I d recommend following those as a first step I ll keep posting my progress for this project here Feel free to hit me up with any further questions Reply Vmaxx says November 2 2008 at 11 14 pm Thanks Peter What is the proto shield for Is it necessary for making the logic part of the monome I know the pcb shield allow for extented functions for the arduino to control the leds on the keypads Any advice on what parts to order first I need to find a group buy for the shield thanks again V

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