What kind of Soundfont do you use? Was it a pretty assembled Pack, or did you use that converter Tool? Is the Numbering in the Soundfont.h File in Arduino IDE important? How do you orient yourself in the Menus? So many questions.
Sorry folks, I've been responding to the emails rather than directly posting thinking this worked the same as github.Nothing should be connected to RST! RST is the reset pad, the only reason to connect here is to reboot the board.I've corrected all of the diagrams for FX-SaberOS homebrew builds on github and the Facebook support group. I've also created a PDF so it is easier to zoom in and reference: https://github.com/Protonerd/FX-SaberOS/blob/master/README/HomebrewDiagrams.pdf
Hey Thanks, I'd say I am you 8 weeks from now lol as I really started with minimal knowledge and just slogged though it until it eventually made sense. Everything I have used came from Protonerd and Neskweeks (probably others, but I am not sure) work on the original LSOS before it became FX-SaberOS. Between both links it should give you enough of an idea on what to do. If I didn't have a sick little dude I'd have more time to build another one and take pics of what I did for others to follow. Ultimately though, all 88 pages of this thread has a lot of great info.LSOS:https://github.com/neskweek/LightSaberOSFX-SaberOS:https://github.com/Protonerd/FX-SaberOS/tree/master/soundfontsSoundfonts are on his link, just setup a folder that resembles the same structure and then follow the above LSOS info to copy them over.If this doesn't solve it, wait and see what Protonerd recommends as he is the Guru.Once I have the cash I am buying a few stardust boards off Protonerd. Building is a lot of fun but you cant beat the size of a pre-built board.
Awesome, nice work Jason! I really like the look of the Fritzing pics, maybe for a future version of the User Manual I will give it a try! Sorry, I was not aware of the RST wiring "bug" on the drawing if that caused the confusion...
Hey, and thanks for the continous Support! Helps to see im not the only one that has to bite his way through! I tried the Soundfonts,dragging and dropping the Files from Folder to SD, and i still have the same Problem. The Boot Sound is played correctly, but when i turn on the Saber, there is no Sound at all...neither when i turn off. It seems to be only able to Play this one Boot Sound, interestingly, i can vary them, and i will always only get the Boot Sound, even if i use completely different Soundfonts from the Link (Vanilla Swirl at the moment). I think i need Protonerds Advice, as you say. As im completely stumped why it only plays that one Sound. (Maybe wrong Settings in Soundfont.h?)Youre right, sadly, i find the prebuilt boards a little bit pricey, and found that sourcing some cheap Parts from China, should be okay for a first Time Built. (I have printed myself a nice Hilt with a 20mm Core Diameter...a little tight for some Parts, but fits 2x18650 just nice.
TBH I have never had the boot sound change work, so I took the R2D2 boot sound from the first font, renamed it and then copied it over the config boot Wav - love it. Sounds like an R2D2 chocobo...
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