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VA1



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PostPosted: Sun Sep 02, 2018 8:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

2MB program, 1MB delay, nice reverbs possible.

Is the audio dac in this board build in ?,
or do you have the DAC with wires in breadboard ?

and dont i need external audio crystal for specific samplerates like the DSPIC ?
i will order this board, only it is backorder for 17 weeks.

What software do i need to install for programming ?
is it fully free ?, with full optimizing ?

Wont it all run on winXP ?
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 02, 2018 9:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

VA1 wrote:
2MB program, 1MB delay, nice reverbs possible.

Is the audio dac in this board build in ?,
or do you have the DAC with wires in breadboard ?

The whole point of the Nucleo boards is low cost minimal function. They have Ethernet, but that's about it. So there's no DAC or CODEC on the board. The other option is something like a discovery board, but that's a lot more expensive and will likely have a CODEC, but also other things you may not want.

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and dont i need external audio crystal for specific samplerates like the DSPIC ?
i will order this board, only it is backorder for 17 weeks.

The SAI interface provides a bit clock for I2S if the CODEC is put into slave mode. I'm not sure if it always needs a crystal or not, so when you select a CODEC or DAC make sure to check the datasheet to know if you need xtal or not.

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What software do i need to install for programming ?
is it fully free ?, with full optimizing ?

The currently supported programmer software is STM32CubeProgrammer which is free. You should go to the ST site and browse around, there's all manner of stuff there and their software is all free, including STM32CubeMX (a CPU chip configurator) and the "library" of interface functions for the STM32 internal devices. The free "library" is not precompiled and is supplied as C source code so you can include it as is or modify it for special needs.

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Wont it all run on winXP ?

Oh - I don't believe so, especially not the 32 bit version. ST-LINK might work, but the Cube programs may not work. I gave up on XP when my Pentium 4 HT machine crapped out and i've been running WIndows 7 ever since on a new machine (the old hardware would no longer boot).

Depending on what you use for OS, there is more than one way to do compiles. There are several pay-for IDEs, but for free, I think there's an Eclipse based IDE that runs under Windows (possibly even XP). I don't compile in Windows, though I do use Windows to run the free device programmer (STM32CubeProgrammer). For edit and compile of source code, I've been using Fedora 27 and gcc properly set up to compile for STM32 CPUs. In my case, I have a file server that both Windows and Fedora can see, so it's easy to do the compile and edit under Fedora and the programming under Windows. In my lab, Fedora 27 runs as a VirtualBox VM under Windows 7.

You'll need to do research on compilers for your own needs and desires.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 02, 2018 9:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Ok i will download the STM32CubeProgrammer in 17 weeks, i cant wait.

Now i am looking to making PCBs in china, that cost very much for a very small print.
What is the cheapest and good pcb farmer ?
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2018 6:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

I have to say the synthesizer is not that bad.
I throw in reverb and all is good.

With distortion the noise is minimal.

For with chorus the sound is to soft,
there is no CPU left, i have to make it louder somehow.
Why i made it so soft i dont know, maybe the IIR filters clipped, i have to boost it somehow without clip.

Very good synth with reverb.
You dont especially need a juno or tb303, this synth can replace in your track.

Very playable
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2018 10:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

VA1 wrote:
Ok i will download the STM32CubeProgrammer in 17 weeks, i cant wait.

Now i am looking to making PCBs in china, that cost very much for a very small print.
What is the cheapest and good pcb farmer ?


Maybe someone else can help with this, I don't make PC boards.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 20, 2018 4:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

I have the nucleo with worlds most powerfull chip, thanks jovian


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