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that. was a great title 😀
finally, the credit i’ve been waiting for 😉
oop – beat me to it!
well nice choice of subject matter then =)
I was just moving the circuit to a perfboard when I realized,
I could probably generate CV real E-Z on a hacked waveShield.
alas, brain don’t like doin’ spi clockin’ an all that latch-up talkin’ – it much prefer resistor gawkin’