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January 2, 2012 AT 4:10 pm

TribeDuino – proof of concept that uses an Arduino to read a Korg monotribe firmware file in m4a audio format

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sowbug/TribeDuino – GitHub via HaD.

TribeDuino is a proof of concept that uses an Arduino to read a Korg Monotribe audio-encoded firmware file. It doesn’t do anything with the data except calculate a checksum to prove that it read it correctly. The program works by connecting an Arduino to an MP3 player of some kind via an audio patch cable, and then playing the firmware audio file so that the Arduino can hear it.

See also – AUDIOINO, the Arduino with audio bootloader.


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