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    23lc1024

    This may be a silly question. I am waiting for my audio board to turn up. Shipping to NZ this time of year is real slow.

    In the interim I have been using the teensy 3.2 to create a few effects, its destined to end up being used as a guitar effects pedal for my son. Totally love some of the features and how easy it is to build filters etc.

    I have added an SD card adapter I had kicking around form another project, as usual i often order a spare just in case i let the magic smoke out of the first one :P

    Anyway, I also happen to have a few 23LC1024 on hand so added one of these to the breadboard in the hope of being able to extend delay and mess around with the chorus however I am not sure if the library just uses these when one is available of if you have to initialize them? Eventually I may end up adding one of FrankBoesing ram adapters but for now I was hoping to just use what I have on hand.

    Son received the guitar for xmas, its an Ibanez Gio and belonged to one of the members of 8 foot sativa, after getting it we had to do a full rewire on it as there were a few minor issues. the pickups are super sensitive and as a result he was having what seemed to be a grounding issue. interestingly using the teensy inline has reduced the hum a considerable amount.

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    however I am not sure if the library just uses these when one is available of if you have to initialize them?
    Use AudioEffectDelayExternal, Forum Conversaton with sample code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris O. View Post
    Use AudioEffectDelayExternal, Forum Conversaton with sample code.
    Thanks for that. I did not realise that it was only limited to the DelayEXT.

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