I can't guaranty a faultless project, so using the information is at one's own risk.
|I wanted to use Midi over the air and found this interesting page on adafruit: https://learn.adafruit.com/xbee-radios/midi-link.
With a handful of components, no need to draw a layout. The circuits are mounted on breadboards.
After reprogramming the XBEE modules, MIDI
|This is an absolut minimal Midi monitor, using a Teensy 3.6 from pjrc and an OLED display SSD1351 from adafruit.
Thanks to the Teensy midi library the software is a piece of cake.
|The Kyub is a special MIDI keyboard in the shape of a cube with capacitive sensing and an internal accelerometer based on a Teensy 2.0. More info at kyubmusic.com. Here you find hacks to power the Kyub over MIDI and to connect the Kyub direct to a synth. The software was reprogrammed in assembler.|