8Bit Mixtape NEO
New Attiny85 based edition with Bootloader to program it via sound.
Documentation and Instructions
It's all on the wiki...
Add this to your additional hardware manager: http://8bitmixtape.github.io/package_8bitmixtape_index.json
Upload examples directly from the browser: https://8bitmixtape.github.io/
Convert hex2Wav in browser and talk to your synth: https://8bitmixtape.github.io/8Bit-Mixtape-NEO/webpage/
First Working prototypes
Self-etched "Made in Taiwan"
Tokyo hand-solderer Prototype
See our first working prototype in the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HnzJeK31R8
Inspired by the bootloader for atmega by Christoph Haberer and other implementations by Fredrik...
Not found anything yet for attiny, except that's it's a bit more challenging to make bootloaders.
Can we maybe use the same bootloader to program via blinking lights?
Bootloader developed and works fine
see devel repo here:
- Iyoks devel: https://github.com/ATtinyTeenageRiot/TinyAudioBoot
- forked and improved by Chris: https://github.com/ChrisMicro/TinyAudioBoot
- find all files, pre-compiled and examples by Chris: https://github.com/ChrisMicro/AttinySound
Boards are being designed atm...
See more boards on the wiki: https://github.com/8BitMixtape/8Bit-Mixtape-NEO/wiki/2-Boards
Test your prototype
Notes from our first testing phase: https://github.com/8BitMixtape/8Bit-Mixtape-NEO/wiki/3_5-Testing-the-prototypes
Basic stuff we have
- 2 potentiometers
- 2 push-buttons
- 1 Sound output PWM (PB1 is preferred) is also CV output in case of Sequencer code
- Sound-progger input
- CV input (maybe 2 CV input
- Master-clock or gate output
- Sync-clock input (compatible to other voltages
- 1 pin to communicate wiht the 8 NEO-pixels (is that cheating?)
- what else?
- mic-4 ring jacks?
Late night geeking at Iyok's ego-lab...
After years of geeking around wiht all these versions of 8bit Mixtapes...