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  • Does anyone know of a solution to convert analog audio to digital and to store it on a flash drive in some sort of high-quality format.

    I’m looking for something that can record up to as much audio as I can fit on the compact flash drive.

    It needs to be really high quality digital.

    I envision something that takes a 1/8" stereo input, captures the analog audio coming in, converts it to digital and saves it to the flash drive.

  • As an avid open source software community member for well over ten years, I’m stoked to see hardware coming along. When I first heard about Arduino I was instantly intrigued.
    I’m not working on my first project and can’t wait to share my experience with the rest of the community. Viva la open source.

  • Can you explain what that limitation means? Is the number of amps that go through board dependent on the devices you plug into the outlet?

  • Just built this. It works perfectly. I bought the preprinted board, just follow the board diagram, this tutorial never shows a finished board, but it’s easy to figure out.
    Nice job Sparkfun. Excellent tutorial Nathan.

  • Sweet. This is exactly what I’m looking for. I can’t wait to build it.

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