We have a new version of Amici for Mac users! It’s based on Arduino 17 so that you can use it with the Duemilanove and other 328 boards. You can download Amici0017l for Mac in the following languages:
Amici0017l for Mac has been testest on PPC with OS X 10.5, and Intel with OS X 10.5 and 10.6.
However, if you encounter any problems, please report them to us.
3 Responses to “Amici0017l for Mac”
Hi eduwear, I am wondering where the melody.h file lives. I get a compilation error saying it cant be found.
Sorry the previous comment lost the reference to Melody.h
#include melody.h (usualy these are flanked with “” but cant have them in the comments)
#define c 3830
#define d 3400
#define e 3038
#define f 2864
#define g 2550
#define a 2272
#define b 2028
#define C 1912
int Pin9 = 9;
Melody myMelody = Melody(9);
Hi Brian, thanks for the hint. There was some confusion with the Melody-library folders.
However, I fixed it and updated the downloads so that you should be able to use the Sound block now.
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