This Instructable will be about designing a music player from using various building blocks. You will understand the communication between the microcontroller, memory, computer, LCD display, RTC, IR remote, and the music file decoder. I will try my best to to teach you in a way so that you can design your own projects using the skills you learn, without blindly following instructions.
I know most of you will simply glance at this first page and maybe skim through the rest. This Instructable has 18 steps and 5 appendices, with about 90 files and pictures. I sincerely hope you explore all my efforts.
Every step will be accompanied by a demonstration of that particular building block working. The source code will be provided. I will post the debug output, pictures, screenshots, USB device and packet analysis, and logic analyzer waveforms. NOTE: if the images look too compressed, don’t worry, they are included inside my .ZIP files too.
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