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Congratulations

Postby Jay » Tue Jul 13, 2010 5:54 pm

Hi Malc and co!

I just wanted to say a big congratulations to you guys in this refreshing new project and wish you every success for the future. :D

only this week i was thinking about could i use SM to create an Electrical Test Oscilloscope software that i could partner up with that little sound-card hack that's shown around the web atm, to help me in my new electronics hobby!

This is just the ticket! :D

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Re: Congratulations

Postby Mark Hudson » Wed Jul 14, 2010 8:14 pm

Jay wrote:only this week i was thinking about could i use SM to create an Electrical Test Oscilloscope software


Me too! And other stuff...

I'm wondering whether there is any compatibility with SM in terms of modules. i.e. could I make something in SM and then load it into FlowStone.... and vice versa?

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Re: Congratulations

Postby gvalletto » Fri Jul 16, 2010 12:29 am

All th success, Malc & Carl!
I wonder the same thing like Jay.
Also I ask: where are saved my own modules that I made into either SM and Flowstone?
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Re: Congratulations

Postby admin » Fri Jul 16, 2010 6:17 pm

FYI - FlowStone and SM are backwardly compatible. So you can use your old work :)

You just have to open with *.* as the extension is different.
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Re: Congratulations

Postby gvalletto » Mon Jul 19, 2010 9:49 pm

So I could build an embedded system using SM? That would be spectacular!
I want to make a hardware synth that includes an old ivory keyboard 120 years old. I'd love to include an embedded system within it, including a CPU that offers Flowstone for embedding, but I wonder:

1)Run Synthmaker on that CPU as embedded system?

2)How to get sensors/switches for my ivory keyboard? (it haven't electronics; it no sounds; it was made just to practice finger exercises)... :)
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Re: Congratulations

Postby DSP » Tue Jul 20, 2010 9:22 am

gvalletto

Yes you can make an embedded System using FlowStone.

You can see the embedded development kit on the site:

http://www.dsprobotics.com/embedded.html

All you would need to do is make your own FlowStone EXE and copy it onto the Embedded systems Compact Flash. You would of course need to sense the keys of your keyboard which you could do using a Phidgets board and some sensors.
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Re: Congratulations

Postby gvalletto » Tue Jul 20, 2010 3:31 pm

thanks by your attention, DSP! (excuseme by my bad English...)
I know I can use Flowstone in that embedded system, but can I use Synthmaker too?
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