Thanks, sharps. I did exactly that, and did get it extracted, all by myself. So I am really trying - so far about eight hours into the process of getting the development environment installed. My point is that it is absurdly complicated for non-programmer types to learn.
BTW, I have been building hardware as a EE for 40 years, and music effects hardware for 10 years, including commercial products. So for me, building audio hardware is not difficult at all.
So you see it is all a matter of perspective. E-S has done a masterful job of developing a very powerful audio engine and making it accessible to programmers who are not EE’s. They have not done such a good job making the development tools for that engine accessible to folks who are not CS’s.
Yes, some of this is just venting my frustration, but I also am also trying to give honest feedback to E-S to help them improve their offerings and build their business. They could have an army of developers and DIYers using and evangelizing the Daisy platform if the tools where as user-friendly as the hardware.
I will quit my bitching and, I mean, actually try.