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Author Topic: LambdaDrum progress & first demo  (Read 2087 times)

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Offline GUNHED

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Re: LambdaDrum progress & first demo
« Reply #75 on: 17:50, 15 April 19 »
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Re: LambdaDrum progress & first demo
« Reply #76 on: 20:40, 15 April 19 »
Interesting.
Did it provide any high level API for sending SPI messages from the CPC, or did it require you to program and flash the ATmega in order to use some SPI device.
It was by using those MiniBooster ports:

$FF2D    IN/OUT  00-$FF    SPI CONTROL
$FF2E    IN/OUT  00-$FF    SPI STATUS (Read = Status | Write = SS <- bit 0)
$FF2F    IN/OUT  00-$FF    SPI DATA (R/W byte in the SPI)

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Re: LambdaDrum progress & first demo
« Reply #77 on: 22:22, 15 April 19 »
It was by using those MiniBooster ports:

$FF2D    IN/OUT  00-$FF    SPI CONTROL
$FF2E    IN/OUT  00-$FF    SPI STATUS (Read = Status | Write = SS <- bit 0)
$FF2F    IN/OUT  00-$FF    SPI DATA (R/W byte in the SPI)



Seems it is quite easy then to use the SPI, without needing to reflash the ATmega.
Strange that nobody used it, there are great SPI devices available.


Well, at least for devices that don't require high bandwidth.




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Re: LambdaDrum progress & first demo
« Reply #78 on: 22:24, 15 April 19 »

Currently I'm working on FutureNet - the net from the day before yesterday, release date is... very far into future.  ;D


Just make sure it doesn't turn into SkyNet, ok?  ??? ::)