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Hey, Jose!
I don't have any experience working with avr, but I'm looking forward to tinkering with your code and figuring some things out. Do your programs usually use most of the memory available on the attiny85 or is there something to work with? I want to try to figure out a clock input to the sequencer if it's possible, so I can set up some modules to play with my other toys.
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  • edited May 20

    Hello there!

    //Do your programs usually use most of the memory

    Not at all, save for a couple exceptions -the oscillator comes to mind, as it's longer than the average program and I use most of the available memory to store the sine wave table-. In most cases you should have space enough to try things out.

    //I want to try to figure out a clock input to the sequencer if it's possible

    Currently the sequencer sends a pulse on every beat through I/O 4 (and also through one of the programming outputs, but that's a hack). To put it in slave mode you'd have to reverse this behaviour so that it moves forward a step when it detects a pulse in I/O 4; ideally there should also be a way to choose between slave or master at startup (could be something as simple as detecting if you are pressing the switch when you turn the module ON, and keep it pressed for more than a couple seconds).

    Hope this helps! :smile:

  • Thanks for the quick reply and for the hints! I finally got some time to get my modules together, so I hope to have a look at your code sometime soon. When I get going, I'll post my progress
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