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  1. Hi, I'd like to implement some buttons from DFRobot to my Retrocade Synth. I naively believed that I could just connect the 3 wires to the analog input but maybe that's not that simple. And I don't know which pin number I have to listen... so I've tried every possible pin number but I always get "key = 0" even if I press a button. Could someone help me ? Please see my code and the wiring below. #include "SPIADC.h" #include "SPI.h" int pin = 32; int key_in = -1; int last_key = -1; void setup() { Serial.begin(115200); Serial.println("BEGINNING"); } void loop() { key_in = analog.read(pin); if (key_in != last_key) { Serial.print("key = "); Serial.println(key_in); last_key = key_in; } }
  2. two things: one dumb and one not as

    Hello, I am new to the Retrowing so I am still getting setup. I was wondering if there were any particular parameters as to what kind of micro-sd card to use. I have had the experience before with removable media and musical instruments of things not lining up. Secondly, when time allows I am going to program a Behringer BCR2000 (the knobby one) to match the Retrocade for easier control. If this seems like it would be of interest, please let me know. Thanks