[sdiy] LFSR digital noise source

MTG grant at musictechnologiesgroup.com
Wed Nov 13 06:09:23 CET 2019

Way OT now, but I think one of the concerns with a 32-bit micro is the 
learning curve and sheer amount of Other People's code in the final 
product. Even on an 8-bitter, assuming C, you have startup code, 
potentially libraries written by Other People (standard libs and 
peripheral config, even such things as getting the osc going). I for one 
don't get the warm fuzzies when 90% of the code in a given micro I've 
not written or at least observed enough to know it's correct. On a 
32-bit vs 8, the amount of Other People's code increases dramatically. 
I'm guessing there's an equation for it. :)


On 11/12/2019 9:18 AM, Steve wrote:
> 32 vs. 8 bit micro:
> Now go spank me with details - a hobbyist with chaotic observation 
> fragments forming ideas and more opininons than he probably should have :P

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