Serial MIDI Interface


Posted on Oct 27, 2012    7306

This page describes how to build this full-bandwidth single-port (one input and one output) MIDI interface. The interface is buffered (that is, if the PC gets behind you won`t lose data) and it works in Windows 3.1 and Windows 95 using a special (and very well-behaved) device driver. A simpler version, using an Atmel AT89C2051 microprocessor, is described here.


Serial MIDI Interface
Click here to download the full size of the above Circuit.

Some specifications: MIDI input buffer size: 124 bytes Baud rate to/from PC: 38,400 baud Processor: 80C51/87C51 Can be built using either external EPROM or single-chip processor. Powered by PC serial port. EPROM version may require an optiona




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