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    There really isn't a lot to the hardware side of things, I don't think. Check out this example: http://www.arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/Potentiometer. All that's done is hook up the pot to +5, G and then to a GPIO. The tough part is going to be updating the software to do what you want. The easy way to do it without building anything is to use the onboard MIDI capability and get a control surface like the Kork nanoKONTROL or Behringer BCR and then map those controls to the functions you want to control. There is also a new MIDI library for Android that looks pretty promising. I have yet to try it out, but if you have USB OTG capability on your phone,it would be possible to create a control surface on the phone. I am actually really interested in doing this for the Retrocade
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    Mila, You could check out http://www.ucapps.de/ for some ideas on circuits, the code may help too.