The Singing Pumpkin controller continues along. This new spin of the board corrects the previous flub-up of the reversed amplifier pin-out as well as adds USB and RS-485 to the mix. There are some minor errors on the board, but nothing that has prevented 90% of the board function from being validated. I need to check the recv direction on the USB, the Arduino-style reset pulse, and the RS-485 transceiver. With that I’ll be able to work on generalized firmware and PC software.
I was really hoping for a commercial. ;)
Heh. I’ll get there eventually.
I like how you just dropped an Arduino right in the middle of your board. Makes the design very flexible as you can easily add a wide variety of shields.