Curious to know what it would take to get the Axoloti Patcher up and running on a more up to date microcontroller. As far as I can tell, there hasn't been a collaborative initiative to do so yet.
While the hardware like the MIDI din, stereo jacks, etc. are other matters entirely, I think that making the patcher available on a newer chip alone would boost the Axoloti project to a wider audience who could potentially add those things later. Someone in another thread converted their PreenFM2 since it's the same chip, so I'm curious if that extrapolates to something like the i.MX RT1060, so you could plug-and-play with a Teensy 4.x.
Those on this forum may know that my programming journey literally began with the Axo arriving in the mail, so the idea might be absurd, but the Axoloti has really changed my entire philosophy on hardware in a way that I feel should be taken into a new generation, so I had to ask.
There's so much love and energy put into the objects of this thing, I just think that it's within the realm of possibility to direct that energy towards the platform itself, as a community.