Although MIDI is not our favorite protocol for show control, it is the right tool for music.

This case study concerns an exhibit that has a bunch of rotary controllers that TeaParty uses to create a simple sequencer so that visitors can create their own little tune at a children’s museum where we are implementing a console for an Adventure Room. Of course that means that MIDI drivers are part of the TeaParty control system, so although we won’t volunteer to program Beethoven’s Fifth, there are plenty of things that we’d be more than happy to help out with.

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