Driving 5 Speakers Simultaneously with an Arduino

Here is my code with code tags Code: I see in your code that you set the interrupts to 64 us. Jeremy Blum October 22, at 9: Your work looks like the way to go, but the ramping has me in a quandary.

Yann Vernier September 14, at 2: When coding, a good practice is to use the data type that will hold the value with the smallest memory footprint possible. I want something that is unique. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here My GitHub: But it doesn't work still. I assume all my problems are caused by arr not updating on the pin activation. What was I thinking!? Could you please explain why you use resistors?

Hi, I have been playing with this code for awhile.

How do I start/stop audio with push button??

This works. Zombie Target Game!!! Rest of the things are nicely explained! You must understand what arduino sends and what max needs to do to output received data into something usable. My assumption is then have the arduino wait for a button press and then it can "play track 3" or "play track 1".

By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. See the following picture:. Hi all, This is an example using just 3 buttons. I read your article on driving 5 speakers with one arduino.

Quote from: Despite all that, some weeks later, based on this tutorial and other stuff, I was able to build this: I have a button attached to pin 14 which when pushed should update bool arr to true then a music file called itchy I need to drive 4 stepper motors independently with ramp-up and ramp-down.

But I wanted to make 5 tones simultaneously! I tried just setting a boolean value on and off with some delays in the loop function, the value effecting the interrupt itself, but it stopped working after going down low enough in milliseconds.

Weren't you just asking how to make it repeat forever and never stop?