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Background This is a software MIDI interface designed to accept serial data from an board and convert it into MIDI drum data in OS X. The application acts as a bridge between sensors connected to the Arduino board and applications such as or without requiring additional MIDI hardware. All data is transferred directly over the USB connection and no additional power source is needed. The Ardrumo application has been an enormous success since its launch.
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To date this site has had tens of thousands of visits and the Ardrumo app has been downloaded almost 3500 times all across the world. Ardrumo is free open source software, but please consider a small donation to keep the project going.
I wanted to make an inexpensive electronic drum setup that could be used with. There are some great projects out there that describe how to output MIDI from an Arduino board (see References below), but these require additional hardware (e.g. MIDI modules, MIDI interface, etc).
Since most people don't have extra MIDI hardware, I decided to just write some software to accept serial data from an Arduino board and make a virtual MIDI instrument that would be recognized. Here is the idea: My Setup My homemade drum kit is pictured below. Each pad is a circle of (i.e. Thick mylar) sandwiched between two pieces of foam (from Pearl Art Store). Attached to the circle is a piezo sensor extracted from its plastic casing. Everything is then just glued together.
Each pad cost about $3.00 to make. Video Click on the image below to see a video of Ardrumo in action: Pad Construction Bill of Materials. $35. x 6 $6. $12 Total $53. If you can't find piezo sensors at Radio Shack, you may be able to get them from.
Assembly Instructions Wiring The wiring is very similar to. I borrowed his image and modified it below (hope he doesn't mind). I didn't bother using a Zener diode as todbot suggests.
It may be safer to do so, but I haven't blown out the Arduino board yet. Mac OS X Universal Application Compatible with OS X 10.4 (Tiger) - OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) (see below for troubleshooting). This software was written in Java, so newer versions of OS X will require Java to be downloaded. This should be automatic. This also assumes you have installed the Arduino drivers and have a working connection between your Mac and Arduino board (how else would you load the sketch below?). If you don't have an Arduino board, you can still run the application and click the on-screen triggers to see how it works.
To use it, plug in your Ardruino board with drum triggers attached, start GarageBand (or another MIDI-compatible application), and launch Ardrumo. Latest Version Downloads require a quick registration. Registration lets me gauge how useful this software is to users. A link will be sent to your e-mail, but don't worry.
I will not use your e-mail address for any other purposes and will never send you any other e-mails or spam. Register Name Email Address Ardrumo (Universal) (beta v100.2). Updates RXTX Java library. Thanks to for suggesting the solution to the permissions issues mentioned in Troubleshooting section below. With the latest RXTX library, these permissions corrections should not be needed. Previous Versions Ardrumo (Universal) (beta v100.1) (November 8, 2007).
Fixes problems with PowerPC machines. Ardrumo (beta v100.0) (November 2, 2007).
Initial release. Source Code SVN repository.compatible Java project directory Arduino Sketch Load this sketch into your Arduino and connect up to 6 piezo sensors. 'Ardrumo.app is damaged and can't be opened. You should move it to the Trash.' Error Because of security 'improvements', OS X Gatekeeper may prevent Ardrumo from starting depending on the settings. Since I'm an unregistered developer, unfortunately, the error shown below implies the download is corrupt when, in fact, it isn't.
MacOS Sierra (macOS 10.12) In macOS Sierra, Apple has made it more difficult for users to start applications from unregistered developers for security reasons - and likely because they can also collect a $100 fee from every registered developer (see for details). To resolve this under macOS Sierra, you may temporarily disable Gatekeeper by opening Terminal (under /Applications/Utilities) and type: sudo spctl -master-disable This will disable Gatekeeper to enable developers 'Allow from anywhere' security option shown in the Mac OS X El Capitan section below. After starting Ardrumo for the first time, you may reenable Gatekeeper with: sudo spctl -master-enable Mac OS X El Capitan (OS X 10.11) To resolve this under Mac OS X El Capitan and below, please launch OS X 'System Preferences' and adjust your 'Security & Privacy Settings' to allow apps downloaded from anywhere to run (see below). Now, try to launch the Ardrumo application. If successful, Ardrumo will continue to start correctly even if the security setting is changed back to a more restrictive setting, so go ahead and change it back to the original setting. For a more detailed explanation of this error, see and Other known issues There are several known issues that will be addressed in the next release. Planned features/bug fixes include:.
Bug: Correct double triggering. Work in progress: the Threshold knob is not wired up yet. Feature request: Save 'scenes' feature. Feature request: MIDI channel support Ardrumo has been tested with Mac OS X from 10.4.8 (Tiger) to macOS Sierra (10.12) on both PowerPC and Intel-based Macs. Users who run into unrecognized serial port errors should correct permissions by doing the following: Under Finder click on the 'Go' Menu Select 'Go to Folder.'
Type '/var/' Finder will open var folder. Right click on folder named 'lock' and select 'Get Info' ( some users have reported a missing lock directory.