We’ve been hard at work on Daisy Arduino support and have some updates for you:
We’ve combined both the ArduinoAudio and ArduinoDaisySP libraries into a single library called DaisyDuino.
This will not only make installation simpler on the user end, it will be easier for us to maintain. We recommend uninstalling the two old libraries and installing the new library with our pain-free installation instructions - see below:
We have revised and simplified our installation procedure so that all you need to do is download a .zip file and load it from the Arduino IDE.
Check our the Getting Started Arduino Wiki for the new instructions.
We’re also working to get the DaisyDuino library added to the Arduino Library Manager so that it will be even easier in the future. More news on that soon.
We’ve added many new examples which can be accessed from within the Arduino IDE. The examples are now organized by platform so that you can choose examples for your specific device easily (Seed, Pod, Patch, etc.)
Over the next couple of weeks we’ll be working on diagrams for the controls(pots, switches, etc.) in each example program as well as Fritzing breadboard diagrams for the Seed examples so that you can build the accompanying circuit.
We’ll also be jumping on MIDI examples for all platforms since there have been requests for that.