Coding multiple effects controlled by rotary sw 1 month 3 weeks ago #695

 Kosak OFFLINE New Member Posts: 4 Karma: 0 Hi! Really great idea behind the pedal! I would like to ask about the way to put 3 effects in one program and control them with the 3 position rotary switch. Switch has 4 PINs - one GND and 3 others. 1. I have connected (could be that incorrectly), GND to GND (obviously ) and 3 other to analog PINs on Arduino: A5, A4 and A3. 2. In program I have defined them, made them pinMode(PIN, INPUT_PULLUP). 3. Then in the ISR() section, I have tried something like: if(!digitalRead(PIN1)) { all effect1 code here; } if(!digitalRead(PIN2)) { all effect2 code here; }and so on, but even if it worked for one change of state, it wouldn't go back, and would switch off my LCD completely. Is there any correct way to do it? btw - what's the difference between digitalRead and !digitalRead? Last Edit: 1 month 3 weeks ago by Kosak. Reason: typos The administrator has disabled public write access.

Coding multiple effects controlled by rotary sw 1 month 3 weeks ago #696

 Ray OFFLINE Administrator Posts: 244 Thank you received: 52 Karma: 8 Hi, I have never worked with rotary switches but in the Arduino forums there is a lot of documentation, so I am sure you can get plenty of ideas from there. The code youve posted can be translated as:if(digitalRead(PIN1)==0) { all effect1 code here; } if(digitalRead(PIN2)==0) { all effect2 code here; }! means "not" To do your code I would suggest to start simple, maybe a code that blinks an LED at 3 different speeds is a good idea. Once you have it working you can change the part of blinking the LED for different guitar pedals so you build something from easy to complex. Your code looks good, maybe you can upload your whole code so I can try to help... The administrator has disabled public write access.

Coding multiple effects controlled by rotary sw 1 month 3 weeks ago #697

 Kosak OFFLINE New Member Posts: 4 Karma: 0 Code is actually quite big already, and the thing is - not sure how having the 2 effects (or more) in one program should look like. In theory should be something like this below, but not sure how to code it correctly. Basically - Doesn't matter if it is controlled by rotary switch, push-button, or anything, just not sure how to put 2 effects together in the begging all defined as in the default effects posted on forum All PWM and ADC correct (tested with one effect at once) all variables set upHowever, when it comes to timer bit, not sure how to put it here, as this below doesn't work right, or to say - at all.ISR(TIMER1_CAPT_vect) { if(digitalRead(PIN1)==HIGH) //when the HIGH state is detected on PIN1 { //distortion // get ADC data ADC_low = ADCL; // you need to fetch the low byte first ADC_high = ADCH; //construct the input sumple summing the ADC low and high byte. input = ((ADC_high << 8) | ADC_low) + 0x8000; // make a signed 16b value   //the input signal is 16bits (values from -32768 to +32768 //the valueif(input>distortion_threshold) input=distortion_threshold; is clipped to the distortion_threshold value if(input>distortion_threshold) input=distortion_threshold;   //write the PWM signal OCR1AL = ((input + 0x8000) >> 8); // convert to unsigned, send out high byte OCR1BL = input; // send out low byte } //------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ if(digitalRead(PIN2)==HIGH) //when the HIGH state is detected on PIN2 {//daft-punk counter2++; if(counter2>=dist_variable) { counter2=0;   // get ADC data ADC_low = ADCL; // you need to fetch the low byte first ADC_high = ADCH; //construct the input sumple summing the ADC low and high byte. input = ((ADC_high << 8) | ADC_low) + 0x8000; // make a signed 16b value   OCR1AL = ((input + 0x8000) >> 8); // convert to unsigned, send out high byte OCR1BL = input; // send out low byte } } } Last Edit: 1 month 3 weeks ago by Kosak. The administrator has disabled public write access.

Coding multiple effects controlled by rotary sw 1 month 3 weeks ago #700

 Ray OFFLINE Administrator Posts: 244 Thank you received: 52 Karma: 8 Hi, The first thing that makes me think isif(digitalRead(PIN1)==HIGH)As far as I know you are using internall pullups and when the pin is selected, is grounded. So shouldnt be something like:if(digitalRead(PIN1)==LOW) I am assuming that the digital pins are correctly wired too. I would use If/else construction, I takes less resources. You are doing if/if/if.. that makes the microcontroller to check all the possible variations even if the first "if" is the one selected. I would start with something like this: ISR(TIMER1_CAPT_vect) { if(digitalRead(PIN1)==HIGH) //when the HIGH state is detected on PIN1 {digitalWrite(LED, LOW);}   else if(digitalRead(PIN2)==HIGH) //when the HIGH state is detected on PIN2 {digitalWrite(LED, HIGH);} } It is very simple, and once you get it working you can add more stuff. The administrator has disabled public write access.

Coding multiple effects controlled by rotary sw 1 month 2 weeks ago #706

 Kosak OFFLINE New Member Posts: 4 Karma: 0 Ok, see. I got it somehow working, but seems like this timer1 interruption interferes with the millis() function? As my timer gets corrupted once effect is used. Do you have any experience with that? Or maybe - is it possible to put the effect interrupt to timer0 or 2? If yes, how it can be done? The administrator has disabled public write access.

Coding multiple effects controlled by rotary sw 1 month 2 weeks ago #710

 Ray OFFLINE Administrator Posts: 244 Thank you received: 52 Karma: 8 yes, I think I remember reading on the arduino forums that timer 1 mess with the millis functions. In theory you can change the interruption to timer 0 or 2 but I never try to to that, I think that may be easier to try to make a work around and not use the millis. The administrator has disabled public write access.
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