Author: cameronnewell

OK a Whammy controller

So, this is a simple controller for a Digi Whammy. The ones with MIDI have reasonable direct PC-message calls for presets, but NOT great increment/decrement controls.. so that is what this does.   The build is straightforward, and cost maybe $20. I built i on a NANO EVERY.. but that board is a little big […]

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A Bluetooth controller

http://thenorthwestenterprise.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/BTcontrol.JPG   So I got a request from someone for a compact bluetooth controller to control an app called ONSONG. I don’t use that app, but the OnSong people were good enough to add me to the Beta team for testing. The app is pretty flexible and programable, so Isimply had each switch send a […]

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My IDE setup

Ok. Now that I am making more controllers for other people, I want to document how to setup my IDE environment. It is easy, and you will be able to reprogram the boards if you do it this way. FIRST, the main Arduino IDE https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software I use the windows version, from the windows store. The […]

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Another H9 controller

Ok, so I was trapped in quarantine, and thought I’d build a controller for a random person. The request was simple- 4 switches sending CC commands. Here is the plan:                 So, this is easy. Partslist here- total is about $40 with shipping: Main Board- Ardruino NANO EVERY […]

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g37 window motors

Hey people. I finally got around to replacing the rear motors on a 2009 Infinity g37 SEDAN. I had looked at a million things trying to find a good tutorial on this specific door, but I didn’t have any luck… so I thought I would put a couple key pictures up for the next guy. […]

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