6 pin header

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  • #638

    JFiddle
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    Can I use a 6 pins ICSP header for the UNO?
    Can this free up some pins?

    #1748

    Michael
    Keymaster

    No, that wouldn’t free up any pins. Pins 13, 12, 11, 10 are still the SPI bus.

    #1749

    JFiddle
    Member

    Yeh just figured that one out.

    Feel like a dunce lol

    #2140

    alinamike
    Member

    Would it be possible to use only an SD Card and be able to save longer/ higher quality samples?
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    #2141

    Michael
    Keymaster

    No, SD cards are too slow for realtime recording/playback. I used SRAM so that audio could be recorded while it’s being played back at the same time, like for echo effects and such. You can’t do that with SD cards.

    #2249

    shapata
    Member

    Is the Audio Hacker shield compatible with boards running at 3.3v (Due) instead of 5v (UNO, etc.)?

    #2244

    Michael
    Keymaster

    No, the Audio Hacker is designed for the family of Arduino boards with 5V I/O pins.

    #2352

    memoguereque
    Member

    @michael wrote:

    No, that wouldn’t free up any pins. Pins 13, 12, 11, 10 are still the SPI bus.

    Hello Michael. Are this the only pins used for communication between the shield and the Arduino uno? I read somewhere that it uses 5 through 13. Is there a pinout available?

    Thank you very much!

    #2353

    Michael
    Keymaster

    Yes, it uses pins 5-13. Design files and images here: http://nootropicdesign.com/audiohacker/design.html

    #2377

    sarwanov
    Member

    no.Its not free up any pins.

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