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    That is important info … placed in post #19. ...

    That is important info … placed in post #19.

    simple matrix if the frets are wire individually. And probably other options given the isolation ...
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    Good choice as long as the loop() or calls to...

    Good choice as long as the loop() or calls to check for TCK's is called as often as you need accuracy in the timings as that is a polling check - not interrupt driven. So any delay() or tight loop or...
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    I think the button lib does that - strobes one...

    I think the button lib does that - strobes one axis while doing a scan read across the other. The problem may be the bridge continuity - as soon as one wire hits a fret - to some degree that will...
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    no - done minimal testing with touch - but on...

    no - done minimal testing with touch - but on single pads. This with ~2 dozen frets and then 6 strings that are bridged on one end.

    Seems like something other may have done in this context on the...
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    There may be other standard libraries usable -...

    There may be other standard libraries usable - but starting with this thread :: pjrc.com/threads/59112-TeensyTimerTool

    And using the :: github.com/luni64/TeensyTimerTool

    This built in library...
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    On that page it shows this correct detail in the...

    On that page it shows this correct detail in the 'Technical Specifications' list :: 3 CAN Bus (1 with CAN FD)

    If there is a repeat of info - it may be incorrect or just differentiating the CAN FD...
  7. The Teensy Spec Card shows VIN needs to be 3.6 to...

    The Teensy Spec Card shows VIN needs to be 3.6 to 5.5 Volts. So 5 Volts and 100 mA +/- will let that run.

    One of the Arduino IDE Tools option for the Board is setting speed for the resulting...
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    There is something else going on because this has...

    There is something else going on because this has been many times to work. The GND path through USB cable will be used in some situations - on a T_3.6 once had an RGB matrix here feeding over 1 Amp...
  9. Cool - the sample code works ! Formatted SD to...

    Cool - the sample code works !

    Formatted SD to ExFAT and on a T_4.0 I got ::

    5.9 times more characters for 7.6 times more numbers in 2.4 times more time.

    Adding:: if (ch == 'L') ...
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    Given the metal on metal at the bridge - it seems...

    Given the metal on metal at the bridge - it seems the nut at the top of the fretboard - if it has insulating properties as expected - would have the source signal applied between the tuning pegs and...
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    PJRC has yet to release a T_4.0 capable...

    PJRC has yet to release a T_4.0 capable bootloader chip for a New/RAW 1062, including the ones sourced on the production boards. It is pending and may not be too long in coming - depending on work...
  12. Put on three alternate T4's with working SDIO...

    Put on three alternate T4's with working SDIO under Arduino {loglow/frdm/PJRC_BETA} - none could mount an SD card - err -3. HEX upload worked then dropping the BIN on the exposed explorer device had...
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    Indeed chords would be right out - even playing...

    Indeed chords would be right out - even playing one string and holding any other string would be misinterpreted. Perhaps an electrically active Pick with force sensor.
  14. Thread: Midi 2.0

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    reading Paul's p#23 - it seems it needs to be...

    reading Paul's p#23 - it seems it needs to be established and commonly available to use an off the shelf device with support of a common OS.

    Until then following the spec might get something...
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    Great! ... p#16 was a bit short … by 'now' I...

    Great! ... p#16 was a bit short … by 'now' I meant to say … the current version of TeensyDuino as Paul indicated.
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    Greetings @teensy_ino It seems from post #1...

    Greetings @teensy_ino

    It seems from post #1 you have one string working and have a good idea at hand for that. Without code and perhaps drawings to visualize what that consists of a lot is on the...
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    Also important is what Teensy is in use? What is...

    Also important is what Teensy is in use? What is on the other end of Serial1?

    As noted without a (short) sketch and repro steps any answers would be guesses, as this would normally be expected to...
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    Seems you are using a T_3.2? The T_4 is buggy...

    Seems you are using a T_3.2? The T_4 is buggy and the T_3.5/3.6 are perhaps not perfect.

    When LTO works it is nice - and it seemed it generally did on T_3.2. But when it makes a bad decision...
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    Not much here is non-Arduino … except it is all...

    Not much here is non-Arduino … except it is all just c/cpp code … and perhaps less of anything STM anywhere here as the 32 bit Teensy's are all NXP products.

    perhaps mbed offers support or other...
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    oh... :eek: ... when connecting to typical slave...

    oh... :eek: ... when connecting to typical slave displays - MOSI goes to MOSI and MISO to MISO … I was online when tonton81 started this and it made sense and seemed normal …
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    p#1839 noted a T_3.6 - no note on T_LC. The...

    p#1839 noted a T_3.6 - no note on T_LC.

    The Master In Slave Out and Master Out Slave In follows the expected pattern as defined - the T_LC is an exception where it would not work otherwise because...
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    Indeed Teensy LC, 3.2, 3.5 and 3.6 and 4.0 all...

    Indeed Teensy LC, 3.2, 3.5 and 3.6 and 4.0 all have 3 or more native Serial UART ports. As noted in the P#2 'out of date link':



    Some Arduino software seems to still rely on or require...
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    That doesn't agree with first post this thread of...

    That doesn't agree with first post this thread of Github ReadMe:
  24. The media itself stores data in 512 byte element...

    The media itself stores data in 512 byte element blocks - and the read buffers on that. p#11 used someBuf[512] for that reason - but local buffer access by indexing from a single read transfer will...
  25. That sounds odd, expect the same has been done...

    That sounds odd, expect the same has been done here and other for sure in the past year since T_4 was in Beta with no ill effects. But nothing over 3.3V.

    Has a sketch compiled OverClocked been...
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    re: The link in post #3 ::...

    re:


    The link in post #3 :: github.com/luni64/TeensySharp
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    Not sure if this page is current:...

    Not sure if this page is current: pjrc.com/teensy/td_libs_SoftwareSerial.html

    From that page … any better with ::


    #define rxPin 0
    #define txPin 1

    // set up a new serial port...
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    The T_3.2 has 2 KBytes of inbuilt EEPROM storage...

    The T_3.2 has 2 KBytes of inbuilt EEPROM storage area that could hold such information without adding anything. It survives across uploading new code.

    See : pjrc.com/teensy/td_libs_EEPROM.html
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    do delayMicroseconds(10); ...

    do
    delayMicroseconds(10);
    while ( (Serial.availableForWrite()>3) || (usec > 1000) );

    not sure that is 'worded' right for the desired effect? it will not stay...
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    Okay - just had to confirm there wasn't a way to...

    Okay - just had to confirm there wasn't a way to brick it - without sealing it in a brick :)

    Indeed if the worst happens during update without/until USB access the Teensy design will leave it...
  31. See links in post #5. Teensy 3.6 has onboard...

    See links in post #5.

    Teensy 3.6 has onboard host connector - see second link for connection and cable - first link is a thread using USBHost code with added river to utilizr high speed USB at...
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    @bigboosted - the 15s Restore would still work -...

    @bigboosted - the 15s Restore would still work - given access to the PGM pin for 15 seconds right? But that would just get the Teensy running Blink - then needing USB connect to upload to start over?
  33. Yes, there is a way with USB Host on T_3.6. ...

    Yes, there is a way with USB Host on T_3.6.

    See this thread :: pjrc.com/threads/55821-USBHost_t36-USB-Mass-Storage-Driver-Experiments

    This post links to cable and connection option ::...
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    Yes, just wondered if it was one of the things...

    Yes, just wondered if it was one of the things seen as a worthy distraction from what else you can do. Good luck with the rest of what is on your plates.
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    Paul - has enough changed that you plan to do a...

    Paul - has enough changed that you plan to do a Beta #2 on any schedule?
  36. Thread: midi 2.0

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    forum search brought up this thread …. Midi-2-0...

    forum search brought up this thread …. Midi-2-0
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    I have interrupted upload/restore - the flash is...

    I have interrupted upload/restore - the flash is left blanked or un bootable to sketch and fixed with normal button press upload or repeat of 15s Restore.

    As configured those mechanisms are still...
  38. Thread: midi 2.0

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    There are other threads with notes on this -...

    There are other threads with notes on this - including one from Paul@PJRC.
  39. Better test could be cores from Beta TD 1.52 with...

    Better test could be cores from Beta TD 1.52 with just the PR file changes? That is what worked for me - with KurtE's test - may not be different - but then any more edits would be against that.
    ...
  40. How big is a zip'd copy of the '2 seconds to...

    How big is a zip'd copy of the '2 seconds to parse' data file?

    Using 'else if' on two of the tests in the right order might allow the compiler to make the loop more efficient.

    doing a "char...
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    Very cool. Looks like a lot of nice work and...

    Very cool. Looks like a lot of nice work and features packed in that setup
  42. That is good news.

    That is good news.
  43. Saw this note about ventilator cost in 2015: ...

    Saw this note about ventilator cost in 2015:


    Found : high-acuity-ventilator-cost-guide
    with this note:


    ebay:
    Factory data:...
  44. as noted in p#5 and p#6 above DMAMEM is being...

    as noted in p#5 and p#6 above DMAMEM is being misused leading to the compiler complaints.

    All 32 bit ARM pointers are 'FLAT' - they can reach all of memory RAM1 or RAM2 or FLASH, and any device...
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    The 14 buttons per note - are they touch sense? ...

    The 14 buttons per note - are they touch sense? Nice uniform layout - just wondering what is under that colored label system.
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    Cool. What's up with all the buttons and...

    Cool.
    What's up with all the buttons and hardware?
  47. DMAMEM is compile time directive - gives static...

    DMAMEM is compile time directive - gives static ram alloc in the heap area just like 'new' at runtime.

    At runtime just doing 'new' should do what is needed without DMAMEM decoration.
    ...
  48. It seems a valid start to parsing. The data...

    It seems a valid start to parsing. The data format is understood by you. Whatever the data was before saving ideally should be re-created or recovered by undoing the process that saved the data.
    ...
  49. Is this with overclocking? Anything over/at the...

    Is this with overclocking? Anything over/at the indicated 912 MHz PJRC noted indeed requires cooling. A processor sized heat sink helps some ( using a RasPi blobby pin copper with heat tape ) until...
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    Interesting MBED wasn't in the intro post …

    Interesting MBED wasn't in the intro post …
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