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  1. Thanks Paul Using the ASDTool, the tdm modules...

    Thanks Paul
    Using the ASDTool, the tdm modules refer to four pins on the Teensy: 9-BCLK; 11-MCLK; 13-RX and 23-FS. I can't see these on the Teensy 3.6 pinout - are these the actual pin numbers, so...
  2. How many channels of audio can I expect my Teensy to process?

    I've built several projects with Teensy 3.6 for slow control signals and am quite happy adding DACs, ADCs, Muxs etc. I want to build an audio mixer/processor that has 48 mono 16-bit 44kHz inputs and...
  3. Thanks Darcy, yes that's the conclusion I'm...

    Thanks Darcy, yes that's the conclusion I'm coming to as well.
    I don't know if something has screwed my Teensy but it won't load any sketches at all now without pressing its button. I've now...
  4. OK now I've got my sketch to compile but I seem...

    OK now I've got my sketch to compile but I seem to be stuck in USB: MTP mode which means I can't use the serial port for diagnostics or use Teensy loader to download code without pushing the button...
  5. in mtp.h if I replace void...

    in mtp.h if I replace

    void OpenFileByIndex(uint32_t i, uint8_t mode = O_RDONLY) {

    with


    void OpenFileByIndex(uint32_t i, oflag_t mode = O_RDONLY) {

    it works and Windows can see my...
  6. With the original boards.txt, the blinky compiles...

    With the original boards.txt, the blinky compiles and runs on the Teensy but Windows 10 sees nothing

    Windows device manager finds a new USB Composite DEvice but shows it cannot start. ...
  7. Yeah that's the scary way I referred to... So I...

    Yeah that's the scary way I referred to...
    So I just tried it.
    1. compiling the blinky example gives:
    Arduino: 1.8.9 (Windows 10), TD: 1.46, Board: "Teensy 3.6, MTP Disk (Experimental), 180 MHz,...
  8. Thanks Paul, that answered my question. I only...

    Thanks Paul, that answered my question. I only want to use the Teensy as a USB device, not host, so this should be fine.
  9. Can I use the on-board microUSB socket for MIDI?

    Or do I need to wire up a USB socket to the Teensy's (3.6) 'USB Host Port' pins?

    Many thanks
  10. HOw can I read/write files on Teensy 3.6's SD card from my PC?

    Hi, I've bought over 20 Teensy 3.6s and am planning my next project.

    I need to be able to read and write files that are on my Teensy's SD card using the Teensy's on-board microUSB socket...
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