Since it took me about 8 hours to fetch all the information together and get it running, maybe this post will be useful for other loonies like me who think this is a good idea 🙂
You see, the Microchip PICkit3 seems like a steal – a cheap, full featured PIC programmer that can also write EEPROMs!
Well, they weren’t lying. Then again, it’s not exactly the truth either. Continue reading
Surely, you can’t have missed that Linn are giving away a bunch of 24 bit tracks at the end of the year?
Last year, I had to log in every day and still managed to miss a few days, luckily some buddies helped out and we got the collection complete.
This year, they’ve been extra generous and left the whole collection up for grabs until January 6th. So in thanking them I’ll happily plug the Linn site for all my readers (yes, both of you).
Linn Records – 24 bits of Christmas
As the year draws to a close and we prepare for many changes in 2015, I’ll plug in the same wm8741 that Linn use in the Klimax and enjoy the recordings. I’m not a big classic fan, but some of the recordings in this collection are absolutely breathtaking. Well either that or I’m getting older.
Enjoy and see you in 2015, which is shaping up to be a pretty exciting year!
All we are is dust in the win… eh, on the eval board.
Another post, another D/A converter. Yes, this is one of my soap boxes and hopefully I’ll be able to post something else soon. Sorry folks, we have to get through this… 🙂 Continue reading