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STM32F4 Sound, Audio and Music Development

by DIYDSP

 

Video playlist of STM32F4 demos, tutorials and examples

 

Music Applications

Synthesizers       Libraries       Audio Codecs      USB/MIDI

 

Software Development:   

Compilers/IDEs: GCC      GDB    Eclipse
Flashing Chips:    st-util      openocd     DFU  
Libraries:   libopencm3 embed CMSIS
Languages:    Lua   Python   Rust  Javascript
Operating Systems:     ChibiOS  ChibiStudio

 

Source Code Examples:      

Timer       USB Serial        ADC      Rust Library

 

Hardware Information

Datasheets      Development Boards      Discovery Board       Low Power STM32L4

 

Documentation

Floating-Point Unit on the STM32F4   Instruction Cycle Times    Video Playlist of Demos

 

Related Products

DIYDSP Sister Store

 

 


STM32F4 Music and Audio Applications

 

Musical Synthesizers based on the STM32F4

 

Audio and Music Software Libraries for STM32f4

 

PMOD Audio Codecs for STM32F4

 

USB MIDI / USB Audio for STM32F4

 


 

STM32F4 Software Development

 

If you can not afford commercial tools, it is highly recommended to develop under Linux.  Currently, Ubuntu and Lubuntu 11.10 - 13.04 are recommended for maximum compatibility, although there will likely be a progression toward newer versions of Ubuntu, particularly 14.10 which will be out in October 2014 and will be the only long-term release until two more years. 

Windows development of stm32f4 software using gcc, libopencm3 and cygwin is also possible.  This combination is still under evaluation.  In the meantime, here is a walkthrough.  If you have any suggestion or improvements, please get in touch with us and let us know.

 

 VXMDesign's Linux Distro for STM32F4 Development

 

ARM-GCC for STM32F4

ARM maintains their own official version of GCC for the STM32F4!  It's for many platforms including Ubuntu, Windows and Apple.

Install it like this:

sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:terry.guo/gcc-arm-embedded
sudo apt-get -y update
sudo apt-get -y install gcc-arm-none-eabi

Or follow makapuf's instructions.

This guide 'How to do Virtual Development on the STM32F4' is maintained by DIYDSP to facilitate development within a virtual machine.  If you are using the windows platform, it is recommended to do development within a virtual Ubuntu machine.  This guide takes you through developing software on the stm32f4 inside a virtual machine.

 

How to Install Eclipse on Linux for the STM32F4, two part Video Series

  1. Part 1
  2. Part 2

STM32F4 IDE using Eclipse, OpenOCD and GCC (Windows)

 

All kinds of neat low-level stuff you didn't know about ARM programming:

 

Tutorial on arm-none-eabi-gdb (GDB) for stm32F4

 

ChibiStudio

 

How to reprogram the STM32F4 in DFU mode via Dfuse:

  1. Step-by-step how-to
  2. AN2606    STM32™ microcontroller system memory boot mode
  3. AN3156   USB DFU protocol used in the STM32™ bootloader

 



STM32F4 Hardware Information

 

STM32F4 Datasheets and Reference Manuals

 

STM32F4 Development Boards

 

The STM32F4 Discovery board

Threads on electronics.stackexchange on the STM32F4

 

 

 




Wikis / Blogs

 

Free DSP Tutorials

 

 


STM32F4 Source Code Examples

 

 STM32F4 USB Serial CDC Examples

 

STM32F4 Timer Examples with libopencm3

 

STM32F4 ADC Examples, Especially with libopencm3

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