Now I have added version 0.1, which is improved over the initial version. It now has three main DSP files. One for MIDI, one for initialization, and the third one, myeffect.dsp, is where you can write your effect algorithm without the distraction and clutter of the initialization routines. (User request!)
This zip file contains a template for writing your own original effect algorithm. it does the following:
to use it, simply type MAKE and it will compile. The default input_samples routine will do nothing except echo the input back to the output. To make it more exciting and interesting, locate the section of code near the end that says in the comments "insert your code here." Then, do as it says. Nearby in the code, you will see a comment for MIDI controllers. Go ahead and add some of those, too!
Note, you do not need an actual MIDI interface to use MIDI controllers in your software. You can go here and use this simple interface to send MIDI message *over rs-232* from your palm pilot to your ez-kit lite.