You can do all sorts of stuff with the audio as well such as adjusting bass, treble, and volume digitally. All this functionality is implemented in a light-weight SPI interface so nearly any microcontroller can play audio from an SD card. But the chip is a pain to solder, and needs a lot of extras.
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Ship From: CN. Shipping method. Russian Federation.Accepting essential orders - here's how. Please be positive and constructive with your questions and comments. The problem is I can't open these Ogg files It said corrupted files, unexpected BOS packet on my computer bit Win 7, foobar, which can play other Ogg files. What should I do? Is the format different from Adafruit and conventional one? Also could anyone tell me how to connect the Mic MAX to vs Thanks very much!Best VS1053 VS1053B MP3 expansion board module with card slot recording board Ogg real-time recordi
I don't know how does it like to have ogg vorbis encoder run, I just loaded the example sketch and let it run to see what could I get. To make a bit clearer, I have copied the img file to the SD card in both experiments. I have uploaded a recorded file also, because the. You can change the extension back to. You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.
The problem is that the buttonState is true for an extended amount of time, as opposed to a momentary switch button, therefore the VS will record,then stop recording,then record, then stop recording. My fix was to just be wicked fast at unplugging then replugging the wire that was acting as my switch, but you could also throw a delay after the first button state to make sure you dont accidentally trigger the stopRecroding.
I hope this helps 5 months late :P. Above the debouncing issue, I just can't record properly more than one recording at the time. After the first recording all other are at 1Ko size. I found that, if you reset the arduino in between each recording than you can record several good recording into the SD Card. Conclusion I just can't record more than one at the time without having to reset the arduino.
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ParallaxMoon, I wondering if you succeed to get more than one good recording wiythout having to reset the board?? Adafruit, did you succesfully recorded, whithout having to reset the board, more than one recording in a row during your test?
It seems like my recordings have hiccupps! Anybody else facing this problem? Is there any majors difference between those two version? Does the V4 has the same problem with recording?? When i play the the OGG file every secs no sound for 2 seconds This BoB drive me crazy.
Any support please? PS : rename record If you want to restart recording, you have to completely reload and restart the recording application. You can get extra side information while recording Ogg Vorbis data to see whether VSb is still working. Note: Constant reading of side information causes load on the VS and may cause unexpected crackles in sound.Accepting essential orders - here's how.
Please be positive and constructive with your questions and comments. It works We'll use mono Get technical support, help and more Weekly "chat" 10pm ET every Saturday night! But what about mic-? Which, according to the example sketch for recording, puts the input into "Line in" mode.
I have checked with the VS Datasheet, and it confirms that the chip supports Line level input in the hardware without extra components. Re: Recording with the VS by renee on Tue Jun 30, am I am having a similar problem to that described in this post. I am trying to build a very simple recorder and need to be able to set the gain myself. In response to some of the previous posts on this forum I have added a connection from mic- to ground and I am using a capacitor with the mic OUT to filter out the DC signal.
All I get on the sound file are electrical-sounding clicking noises I believe a previous post described this as "input noise" and no hint of any actual recording.
My colleagues are using the same set-up as me but with the Max instead of the Max They didn't need to add the capacitor or the connection to mic- and are able to get a decent recording.
I would very much like to use the Max since autogain would not be ideal for my project. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Re: Recording with the VS by renee on Tue Jun 30, pm I'm restricted to taking a picture with my webcam at the moment. I apologize for the quality.
This is my current set-up. This afternoon I bypassed the mic and used a signal generator to send a signal to the device. This recorded as it should. I also tested the mic separately and it responds well to sound. For some reason, it is just when these pieces are put together that they don't work. The connections are listed below. You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post. Hope it helps! Re: Recording with the VS by adafruit2 on Fri Aug 07, pm looks like it is constantly restarting.
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Show us what you made!Quick links. We hope these examples will help people to more easily get in touch with our ICs, and particularly the special situations where file transfers are interrupted etc. Kind regards, - Henrik.
I got success to listen sine test. It works properly at different frequencies. Main Issues :: could not play song on vs First, i have gone through datasheet and I followed steps what you have mentioned in that.
Even i didn't get output. Then I followed steps which are mentioned in the FAQ.
I played with clock register and spi clock. I have implemented code as per datasheet and FAQ check points. I have also debugged code step by step. Even every function works properly, there is no output. I have one doubt, what i am doing, i have taken a buffer of bytes containing random numbers.
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Share and enjoy! The code is generic enough that it can be used pretty much unghanged on any microcontroller. This code serves as an example of how to create generic C microcontroller code for VS recording.
Author: Henrik Herranen Warranty: Absolutely none whatsoever. For details read Chapter Loading and Starting the Code. It's better to do this before activating recording so that even if opening the output file is slow, you will not lose data. Below is the recording loop. Otherwise there is the chance that a few more words have just arrived although we just read this register. So, do NOT optimize the following line away! The only exception is when recording ends: then allow for a non-full block.
We've perfectly recorded an Ogg Vorbis file, so now we only need to close the file and be happy about it. Tp: The type of the record. Values Always an even number. If the record is of type Execute, then this is the execution start address. It is also the end of the file. Dx: Data.
Read this two bytes at a time and send to VS in a big-endian fashion, as shown in the code below. Is there any idea of what could be the reason and how to debug this issue? Thanks in advance Fernando. In order to be easier to understand I removed the use of include files and libraries, putting all the code in a single file.
I have the same hardware setup using the VS as a player decoder and it is running flawlessly, so the problem seems not to be hardware unless there are some hardware requirements specific for using it as an encoder. Any idea of why this could happen? Is there any hardware design in the VS board that could cause this wrong behavior? I've also seen this post - viewtopic.
Best regards Fernando. I read through your code and cannot find any glaring errors. All your VS register writes look sensible, as does the output of LoadPlugin. The reason I'm asking is that your DREQ waiting routine has a timeout as it should normally be ; it would be interesting to know whether, in these cases, that function has returned because of the timeout or because DREQ actually went high.
Then, although seemingly stupid questions, but still worth a check: - After you've started the encoder, do you still get sensible values if you read e.