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    [posted] "Oscilloscope Music" player

    As a fan of Teensy and the amazing engineer/artist/composer Jeroboam Fenderson, and also a collector of antique oscilloscopes, I was inspired (compelled?) to build this simple stereo player / scope XY display driver.

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    A T3.2 with audio shield and SparkFun TeensyView OLED display cycles through stereo .WAV files loaded on micro SD, and plays them to both headphones and line level BNC jacks. Driving scope X and Y with the left and right channels respectively, while listening to these works, renders a mind-blowing audio-visual experience. Downsampling the files to 44.1 kHz lost a bit of high-order detail, but graphics are still stunning on a sharp CRT. And the audio is awesome (of course). Makes an irresistible analog scope demo. I set it up to play test signals from the audio library if no SD card is inserted.

    Everything is off the shelf from PJRC, SparkFun or the corner drugstore ($0.99 plastic box). Support the artist by purchasing his work, as I have done, and liking his youtube posts.
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    Last edited by zike; 11-26-2017 at 12:37 PM.

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    Do you have a YouTube video on this device in action?

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    EDIT: demo video is now up for preview. Comments/suggestions welcome.
    Last edited by zike; 12-20-2017 at 09:53 PM.

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    This project went up on the blog today

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