Supported Sound Formats and Control Commands
Supported sound file format is RIFF/WAVE in LPCM, 8/16bit, mono/stereo and 8kHz-48kHz. Any other sound files, such as ADPCM, MP3 and AAC, must be converted into the PCM. The sound files must be named NNN.wav. The NNN is three digit number in range from 001 to 255. The sound files must be put into the root directory.
The control command is input as binary code by eight contacts (SW1-SW8) and the corresponding sound file will be played. e.g. SW1 corresponds to 001.wav, SW4 corresponds to 008.wav and SW1+SW5 corresponds to 017.wav.
Trigger Mode (Operating Modes)
There are four operating modes, behavior of the sound generator on control command, can be configured by 000.txt. Each mode works as follows:
- Mode 0 : Level trigger. Plays a sound file corresponds to the input code in auto-repeat. When the input code is changed, the sound also be changed. When the input goes off(0), the audio output is stopped.
- Mode 1 : Level trigger (sustained). Same as mode 0 but the file is played until end of the file and then stopped when the input goes off.
- Mode 2 : Edge trigger. Plays a sound file corresponds to the input code once. Any code change while a sound will be ignored.
- Mode 3 : Edge trigger (re-triggerable). Same as mode 2 but the code change is accepted while the sound. To re-rtigger with the same code, return 0 and input the code again.
Remember. The firmware to be written into the AVR must be fit for the output configuration of the circuit. Each output configuration (Mono-OCL/Stereo/Mono-HR) correcponds the hex file (sdsg_mo.hex/sdsg_st.hex/sdsg_hr.hex). The fuse settings are combined with the hex files, however, some flash programmer does not support this sort of hex files. In this case, remove last three lines from the hex file and initialize the fuse bits separately with the fuse values found in main.c