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Then you could use the MIDI Out prim to send all manner of messages to your USB device, which would then interpret them accordingly.
This was done in the old Synthmaker days and I've seen a few MIDI editors designed to control hardware synths. This was a very popular thing several years ago because hardware synths often had very limited front panel controls. The messages sent would normally be System Exclusive (Sysex) but in your own design you could use whatever protocols you wished.
Sounds like an interesting idea!
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I use MicroElectronika PIC Compilers (C and BASIC) and the "StartUSB for PIC" development PCBs to get up and running with an idea. There are examples on the forum on doing this. And of course Flowstone makes AWESOME GUIs for the user ! ! !
Good Luck - its really easy to do though
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