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    Could explain your process for running Braids on...

    Could explain your process for running Braids on the Teensy?

    Thanks,
    Michael
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    Thanks. I wasn't sure whether it was a problem...

    Thanks. I wasn't sure whether it was a problem on my end on with the Example sketches.

    There's a note from Paul in the Teensy 4 First Beta Test thread at 12-29-2018, 10:26 AM, #83. I don't know...
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    Teensysuino examples won't compile

    I'm having trouble compiling examples for the Teensy 4 using Arduino 1.8.10/Teensyduino 1.48.beta 1.

    None of the sketches in the Entropy folder compile. The error print for Generate_Random_Bytes...
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    @UHF What a super project! Are you planning to...

    @UHF What a super project! Are you planning to make the code available for others? I'm really interested in building one.
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    Paul, Thanks for the quick reply! Here is...

    Paul,

    Thanks for the quick reply! Here is what I'm trying to do:
    <https://hackaday.com/2018/08/22/ask-hackaday-answered-the-tale-of-the-top-octave-generator/>

    The Teensy 3.6 would need...
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    Teensy 3.6 as a top octave generator

    I need a TOG (Top Octave Generator) for a synth modification. Is it realistic to think that a Teensy 3.6 + the Audio Library would work for this? I'd like to use the PWM pins, not the audio...
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    Any chance you could supply a schematic or a PC...

    Any chance you could supply a schematic or a PC board? I've ordered several MPC2036's but need at least a schematic to get any further.

    Thanks,
    Michael KD4SGN
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    Increased resolution will require decreased sample rate. I'm also interested in how that is done. Hopefully, someone who has already grappled with this will provide some guidance.
  9. For deliveries inside USA, the US Post Office is...

    For deliveries inside USA, the US Post Office is a good, cost effective method. I use First Class often for deliveries from Digikey, Adafruit, and others. It may add a couple of days to delivery...
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    Usb midi

    I'm also very interested in this capability, so I hope you will keep it on the agenda. Thanks, Paul!
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    [QUOTE=KurtE;127049]I agree with Theremingeieur...

    [QUOTE=KurtE;127049]I agree with Theremingeieur about the best place to find a lot of this information is with the sources. Another place I always suggest is the hardware reference manual, which...
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    Teensy 3.6 ADC documentation

    Sorry, I know I have seen info on this in the past, but search does not seem to find it today:

    What are the options for analogReference() on the Teensy 3.6?

    Also, is there a source for updated...
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    This is also one of the reasons for my interest...

    This is also one of the reasons for my interest in the 3.6. It would open up many new possible applications for the Teensy.
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    Brian, I'm interested in using a uBlox as the...

    Brian,

    I'm interested in using a uBlox as the local oscillator for a very stable amateur radio transceiver. This would require configuring it to output an arbitrary and changeable frequency in...
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    I'm interested in using a GPS receiver to provide...

    I'm interested in using a GPS receiver to provide an frequency reference at an arbitrary RF frequency in the range of 7 to 22 MHz. I know some of the uBlox products can do this, but I'm not sure if...
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    So it looks as if IC3 is functioning as a...

    So it looks as if IC3 is functioning as a regenerative detector or a Q-multiplier from days of yore? BTW, a Heathkit Q-multiplier was my first electronic kit as a kid.

    Best regards,
    Michael
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    @TelephoneBill, I've just ordered parts to...

    @TelephoneBill,

    I've just ordered parts to build this circuit. Could you recommend an ebay vendor for the 60kHz crystals?

    Thanks.
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    This sounds like a very interesting project. ...

    This sounds like a very interesting project. Radio amateurs should find it quite useful as an alternative to GPS-disciplined methods, and less expensive. Do you plan on making the code and...
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    I'd like to second Gibbedy's request for reliable...

    I'd like to second Gibbedy's request for reliable realtime software for graphing data sent over the Teensy USB serial connection. I have a Teensy project that has been sitting on the bench for...
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    Sorry for piling on, but I have to agree with...

    Sorry for piling on, but I have to agree with what's been said thus far. I've recommended the Teensy to folks at a local hackerspace for several projects, only to find out later that they used TI...
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    Memoryboard3

    Paul,

    I built a memoryboard3 over the weekend -- parts placement was straightforward using the part id's printed on the board. It's up and running with no errors from the test program.

    The...
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    Paul, Thanks for taking a look! I'm pleased...

    Paul,

    Thanks for taking a look! I'm pleased to see so much interest in delay lines. They are the basis for many audio effects, and a flexible delay object will be a great feature for the audio...
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    Paul, A very reasonable question. Take a look...

    Paul,

    A very reasonable question. Take a look at this YouTube demo: <https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=38&v=R5dwohfKqns>.

    It shows a new audio delay plugin with 32 variable latency taps. In...
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    Paul, Thanks for working on this code! I'm...

    Paul,

    Thanks for working on this code! I'm looking forward to trying it as soon as my memory chips arrive.

    Is there a chance for a version with more than 8 taps on the delay line?

    Best...
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    Frank, I'd be very grateful if you would...

    Frank,

    I'd be very grateful if you would consider doing a simple version of the code. I think it would also get a lot of interest from others who are interested in using the Audio Board for music...
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    Paul, Thanks for the quick reply! Is there a...

    Paul,

    Thanks for the quick reply! Is there a chance that the W25Q128FV memory chip could be used to extend delay time?
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    Limits of delay effect in audio library

    Could someone tell me roughly how long a delay is possible with the delay effect in the audio library? I'm building a hardware delay line for music synthesis and wondering whether the Teensy 3.1 is...
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    Good idea. I didn't think about calling a second...

    Good idea. I didn't think about calling a second IntervalTimer from within the first. I would need to read a timing tick from this interrupt in the main program to control periodic frequency...
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    linuxgeek, Thanks for the reply! I had found...

    linuxgeek,

    Thanks for the reply! I had found the IntervalTimer example and was concerned that this approach might introduce timing jitter. The example shows interrupts being deactivated, then...
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    Help with interrupt driven ADC

    I'd like to use the Teensy 3.1 onboard ADC's to read audio at a fairly slow rate (about 10ksps). Then I'd like to have the option for making minor adjustment to that sample rate occasionally within...
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