Creating Audio on the Teensy 3.6

The very first thing I decided to tackle for custom pinball project was getting audio working. I wanted to work on this first because I figured it would be one of the most processor intensive tasks. It’s also something I’ve never worked with before in my life. It has turned out to be one of the easiest things I’ve ever done on a microprocessor as well. Continue reading “Creating Audio on the Teensy 3.6”

A Project Begins

I’ve always been enthralled with pinball since I was a kid growing up in the 80’s and visiting the arcade in the mall. I grew up in the very rural regions of Montana though, so I was only able to visit that mall on occasion when we made the 2-hour drive into “the city”.  Even then, my family did not have a lot of money so I rarely had money to spend to actually play myself. I could watch others though. As I grew up, arcades had started their decline and by the time I left for college at the turn of the millennium, they all but ceased to exist. Continue reading “A Project Begins”