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PEmicro's PROG flash programming software allows the user to program/reprogram external flash devices in-circuit, via one of PEmicro's compatible hardware debug probes. The debug probe connects the USB port of the PC to the target header. The programming software can then talk to the target processor via debug mode.
This installer package (version 1.6.49190) installs updated Mac OS X drivers for all MOTU USB MIDI interfaces, including the USB FastLane, micro lite, MIDI express 128, micro express, MIDI Express XT, and MIDI Timepiece AV. Includes a completely rewritten, Intel-native version of ClockWorks for the MIDI Timepiece AV, MIDI Express XT, micro express and Digital Timepiece. Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later is recommended. Supports Mac OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion).
This installer (version 4.0.48697) installs updated drivers for Windows 7, Vista, and XP for all MOTU USB MIDI interfaces, including the USB FastLane, micro lite, MIDI express 128, micro express, MIDI Express XT, and MIDI Timepiece AV. Includes a completely rewritten version of ClockWorks for the MIDI Timepiece AV, MIDI Express XT, micro express and Digital Timepiece. 32-bit and 64-bit PC systems are supported. The minimum required legacy Windows versions are Vista SP2 and XP SP3.
This installer includes USB MIDI Drivers for Mac OS X for use with MOTU USB interfaces including the USB Fastlane, micro lite, express 128, micro express, Express XT and MIDI Timepiece AV. The install also contains the ClockWorks software console. Use this installer if you are running OSX 10.4.
This installer includes USB MIDI Drivers for Mac OS X for use with MOTU USB interfaces including the USB Fastlane, micro lite, express 128, micro express, Express XT and MIDI Timepiece AV. The install also contains the ClockWorks software console. Use this installer if you are running OSX 10.3.
WDM Drivers for MOTU USB compatible with all MOTU USB & parallel MIDI interfaces including Fastlane, mico lite, Express 128, micro express, Express XT and MTP AV. USB drivers are Windows ME, 2000 and XP compatible. Clockworks DTP support has been recently added. Refer to Clockworks manual link below.
Install contains USB (ME, 2000 and XP) & Parallel (Windows 2000 and XP only) MIDI Drivers and a new pre-release ClockWorks console. ClockWorks adds computer user-interface control over the micro express, Expess XT and MIDI Timepiece AV interfaces.
This is the console for the USB micro express. Be sure you have Windows-capable USB hardware ("M/W" indicators on bottom of USB MIDI interface), and that you have installed the USB micro express Driver before installing the software console.
This USB Driver install is compatible with Windows-updated hardware. Windows-updated hardware contain "M/W" indicators on the bottom of the USB micro express. Hardware packaged specifically for Macintosh requires the updated ROM chip. Click link below to order.This driver is compatible with Windows 98 (2nd Edition recommended), and Windows Me.
Our CodeWarrior® Development Studio for Microcontrollers v6.3 is a single, integrated tool suite designed to get you on the design fast track with RS08, S08 and ColdFire® V1 members of the NXP® Controller Continuum. Whether your design is an 8-bit, entry-level application (e.g. smoke detector) or a 32-bit, high-end application (e.g. fire alarm control panel), CodeWarrior provides optimized tools to take full advantage of the microcontroller selected for your design.
If you think of polar patterns as the shape of the area that a microphone "hears", omnidirectional hears everything at equal volume from all angles (in a 360 degree sphere surrounding the mic), while cardioid only hears what's right in front of it at full volume and other sounds at increasingly diminished volume as the sound source moves further away from the center of the mic (audio techs call this off-axis). You should care, because one of the most useful features of a microphone is the ability to control its pickup. We like polar patterns so much, that some of our professional studio microphones have as many as nine different patterns!
The THX microphone certification program helped establish the audio input performance standard for which the best-selling Yeti microphone family is known. However, the microphone certification program will be discontinued over the coming months as THX will be focusing on its core home theater program (TVs, speakers, etc). Regardless of the discontinuation of this category, Yeti and Yeti Pro will continue to be manufactured to the same specification and standards.
The Yeti Pro is a side address microphone. A side address microphone accepts sound from an angle perpendicular to the mic as opposed to a front address mic where you speak into the "end" of the microphone.
Linked below are a small selection of third party videos that may be helpful when getting started with REW.How to Use Room EQ Wizard part 1, setup and taking measurements (by Music City Acoustics)How to Use Room EQ Wizard part 2, analyzing acoustic measurements (by Music City Acoustics)A short video tutorial in German (also available in English, both by Marcel Schechter)A video tutorial in German about subwoofer level and phase alignment (Pegelanpassung & Phasenlage für Subwoofer mit Bass Management by Marcel Schechter)A comprehensive guide in French by Adrien Perinot (Projet Home Studio)LinksOfficial REW Forum at AV NIRVANAThread on REW setup with USB mics and HDMI on AVS ForumThread on how to set up your Mac for REWREW help tradotta in ItalianoGearspace Studio Building / Acoustics forumEqualizer APO system-wide parametric equalizer for Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10Multi-Sub OptimizerConvolver plug-inTexas Instruments Audio Characterization Primer using REWminiDSP acoustic measurement application notesREW uses the install4j multi-platform installer builderTradeFair.audio, a great collection of audio tools, papers, jobs, blog posts and moreReference MaterialGuy-Bart Stan, Jean-Jacques Embrechts, Dominique Archambeau, "Comparison of different impulseresponse measurement techniques", JAES Volume 50, Issue 4, pp. 249-262, April 2002. Available onlineat _Online_version.pdf Swen Müller, Paulo Massarani, "Transfer-Function Measurement with Sweeps", JAES Volume 49Issue 6 pp. 443-471, June 2001. An extended version of the paper is available atCiteSeerXAngelo Farina, "Simultaneous measurement of impulse response and distortion with a swept-sinetechnique", 108th AES Convention, February 2000. Available as entry number 134 inthis list of papersNikolaos M. Papadakis and Georgios E. Stavroulakis, "Low Cost Omnidirectional Sound Source Utilizing aCommon Directional Loudspeaker for Impulse Response Measurements", Appl. Sci. 2018, 8(9), 1703; Availableonline at EquipmentThe simplest configuration for most acoustic measurement purposes is a calibrated USB microphone (miniDSP's UMIK-1is recommended) and your computer's headphone or HDMI output. An analog measurement microphone (Dayton Audio's EMM-6, forexample) will need a suitable interface with a mic preamp and phantom power, such as Steinberg's UR22 MkII or theFocusrite Scarlett Solo.
Here at SparkFun, we refuse to leave 'good enough' alone. That's why we're adding to our line-up of Arduino-compatible microcontrollers once more! The Pro Micro is similar to the Pro Mini except with an ATmega32U4 on board. The USB transceiver inside the 32U4 allows us to add USB connectivity on-board and do away with bulky external USB interface.
When either of these cases happens, the device manager is not able to recognize the device and is usually seen as an "unknown device" when the microcontroller runs the sketch. There are ways to recover the an Atmega32U4 (i.e. LilyPad Arduino USB - Atmega32U4 board, FioV3 - Atmega32U4, Pro Micro 5V/16Mhz, Pro Micro - 3.3V/8Mhz, etc) if this happens. Check below for more information:
You can try the double reset method by tapping the RST pin to GND twice (since there is no reset button on the board) as explained in the Troubleshooting sections labeled as Reset to Bootloader and How to Revive a "Bricked" Pro Micro => -micro--fio-v3-hookup-guide/troubleshooting-and-faq.
I have been using this board for some years now, various projects from logging/monitoring to replacement washing-machine controller. I was using it with an older Arduino IDE (1.6.3) and older board defs for all that time, with no trouble (except the delay caused by ModemManager - ubuntu 14.04). After updating OS and IDE to the newer version with the boards-manager in it, the newer board defs define the board as ProMicro with the difference between 5V,16Mhz and 3.3V,8Mhz being on a separate menu, with a default of 3.3V. This makes it WAY TOO EASY to write the wrong settings to the promicro, would be much harder to get wrong if they were still separate boards rather than defined as different processors. Needless to say, I bricked the Promicro when I wrote a 3.3V program to a 5V board. Or did I?starting upload from the ISP before plugging the board just complained that there wasn't a port there, pressing it as I plugged in took too long before starting the upload and the port was already gone.
so I found the avrdude bin in the arduino program folder, built the blink example and found the .hex file in /tmp, made a one-line script with an avrdude command to write blink.hex to /dev/ttyACM0 and hovered over the enter key as I plugged in the promicro. I got the timing just right and the led started to blink :)
There is some problem with USB serial!I have Arduino IDE v1.6.5 and trying to convert my micro to ArduinoISP with sketch from examples. It compiles well but isn't work with avrdude!$ avrdude -C c:/temp/avrdude.conf -patmega328p -b19200 -cavrisp -Pcom22 -U flash:r:test.hex -v -vavrdude.exe: Version 6.0.1, compiled on Apr 15 2015 at 19:59:58 Copyright (c) 2000-2005 Brian Dean, Copyright (c) 2007-2009 Joerg Wunsch System wide configuration file is "c:/temp/avrdude.conf" Using Port : com22 Using Programmer : avrisp Overriding Baud Rate : 19200avrdude.exe: ser_recv(): programmer is not respondingavrdude.exe: stk500_recv(): programmer is not respondingavrdude.exe: stk500_getsync() attempt 1 of 10: not in sync: resp=0x03I cheked it with PuTTy and "Serial Monitor" by sending "1 "(one and space). It respond with "AVR ISP" and this looks nice but then I tried to do the same using HTerm and it gave no reply!I checked what happened with SysInternals PortMon and discovered that neither HTerm nor avrdude sets SERIAL_DTR_CONTROL. So I downloaded source of avrdude: 1e1e36bf2d