Nexus-GK is a small, flexible, and hacker-friendly breakout box that connects your multichannel guitar to the outside world using a specialized 19-pin (LEMO compatible) multi-pin connector with 15 channels of combined audio and analog control voltages and switches, for remote control of volume, EQ, patch or effects. Audio may come from standard mono-pickups or the Nu multichannel pickup. Analog control voltages are converted to MIDI control messages. Outputs include 12 channels of audio, MIDI 5-pin DIN, and a 13-Pin, Roland compatible DIN.
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⚠ Note: Please do not be confused with MIDI control and MIDI conversion. The Nexus-GK does not perform any pitch tracking and pitch to MIDI conversion.
This Project is entirely Open Source. The designs (schematics, PCB layout, software, bill of materials, CAD drawings) are freely shared and 100% free, under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Source code is distributed under the MIT License.
All hardware design files and source code are available in the Nexus Github Repository: https://github.com/cycfi/nexus
Hardware design files licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Software source code distributed under the MIT License.
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