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The 8Bit Mixtape is a lo-fi 8Bit synthesizer based on the Arduino-compatible ATTINY85, featuring 2 Pots, 2 Buttons and 8 adressable RGB Neo-pixels. The key feature of the new 8Bit Mixtape is the easiness of uploading new codes using an audio communication protocol, means just playing a .wav sound file from your computer/smart phone (or walkman). A specific bootloader (TinyAudioBoot) has to be installed on the chip to be able to do so.
Welcome to the 8Bit Mixtape NEO wiki!
Add this to your additional hardware manager: http://8bitmixtape.github.io/package_8bitmixtape_index.json
See all details in the Chapters of this wiki
What is it?
Need to add some clear description here...
Renamed to 8Bit Mixtape NEO / Formerly known as 8bitMixTape-SoundProg2085
New Attiny85 based edition with Bootloader to program it via sound
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 in progress
see devel repo here:
- Iyoks devel: https://github.com/ATtinyTeenageRiot/TinyAudioBoot
- forked and improved by Chris: https://github.com/ChrisMicro/TinyAudioBoot
Uses of this AudioProg-Bootloader
For the tape
If we get an online platform many more people will be abel to re-program their tapes and share their codes on the web.
General Attiny Educational Platform
- FreiBots low-cost minimal