Following on from the single board Arduino Boy, see Chiptunes, I thought that it would be prudent to make some notes about barebones Arduino schematics, that can then be incorporated into single board designs
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- Music from Game Boys –
- GameBoy Advance, or Nintendo DS are not so useful
- C64 SID, MOS Technology 6582, see SID. Also 8580R5 and 6581, Video chip 6567 (VIC20)
- General Instruments AY-3-8910
- YM2149F, a derivative of the AY-3-8910
- Texas Instruments SN76489
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As the schematic for the Trinity on Bastl’s website is rather poor I redrew it in Eagle.
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Found a great source of information about using the
String class in Arduino, in this article, The Evils of Arduino Strings, from Majenko‘s site.
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A friend asked:
is it possible to upload source code from chip to the computer?
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I wrote a long winded post that did not really answer the question, Can’t connect Cura to my Anet A8 on OSX 10.11.6, but rather catalogued my search for a solution to my own problem.
With respect to this post Should I clean up my answer?, I decided to delete my answer and keep the information here, in this article.
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Having tackled the AVR Timers and Interrupts to make a Noise Chip for the BOSS DR-110 in the article Noisey chips, I now feel confident to take on and answer this question on Stack Exchange, Program an ATtiny13 as an audio oscillator with variable frequency and pulse-width. The added bonus is that it can be used to create an Atari punk Console (APC)-esque device.
Initially I will use an ATmega328…
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