I´m a new user of Axoloti, and I don´t have a big knowledge about programming, just a few basics on C programming.
I started getting familiar how to connect external potentiometers and pushbuttons to Axoloti and all the connections between objects. But as I saw in this forum many ways of getting more digital/analog inputs through external devices, I decided to use a Teensy LC combined with a couple of CD74HC4067.
Looking for information through the community I found the next post, which is almost what I need:
First of all I have to say that I have zero knowledge about Arduino or it´s code, but what I want is to get a big amount of digital/analog inputs (32 of each) and the communication protocol has to be I2C (requirements of the project).
As I saw this post, I thought that it´s almost what I need, but this one uses the Teensy through the MIDI-USB port and I need it to go through I2C. In this post I found a lot of information about this but for what I need I don´t know how to get through it and I have the next doubt
If I don´t connect the Teensy LC through USB, I will need to create an object that receives the value of the signals of the pots/pushbuttons, etc. connected to the Teensy with a couple of MUX. In this case, do I need to upload the code to the Teensy as in the post above? or just placing the code from the post in the object is enough or do i need to do something else.
I´m sorry for not having much idea about this stuff but I want to make it work but I don´t know where do i have to start.