Atmel AVR + Computer Music (was: Re: [PD] teabox [sensors])
mpuckett at man104-1.ucsd.edu
Mon Aug 15 19:20:12 CEST 2005
The CCRMA pages are the best place to start. They use semi-custom boards
though, and I ended up buying a board from SparkFun instead. It put me back
$50 including the dongle (to program it from a printer port).
However, I haven't yet taken the time to learn how to program it from gcc;
I just used the compiler and download programs the SparkFun site pointed
to (on Windows). It only took a day or so to get runnning.
I never found out if the open source downloader is compatible with the
SparkFun dongle, or if gcc is compatible with the SparkFun downloader,
On Mon, Aug 15, 2005 at 10:30:45AM -0400, Ian Smith-Heisters wrote:
> Speaking of sensors and PD and microcontrollers...
> Anyone around here have experience with the Atmel AVR? I've been using a
> PIC 18F, but have recently discovered that the AVR is supported by gcc,
> and am eager to leave assembler behind as much as possible. I'd be
> interested in anyone's general impressions, as well as experiences with
> interfacing to PD/other music languages. How is the AVR better/worse
> than PIC?
> Christian Klippel wrote:
> >hi again,
> >to get an overview what kind of sensors exist, you may want to look at the
> >digikey pages for sensors:
> >http://dkc1.digikey.com/DE/DE/PDF/DE051/P6.html (in german)
> >http://dkc1.digikey.com/US/PDF/T052/P6.html (in english)
> >if you see something of interrest, drop me a note and i will see how it
> >should be interfaced...
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