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There are a few things needed in order to successfully complete all the tutorials
Download CrossCore Embedded Studio 2.8.0 or greater:
Note: It is recommended that you install into the default directories recommended by the CrossCore Embedded Studios installer. This way all the instructions and support provided will be easier.
To install CrossCore Embedded Studio, double-click the installer executable (e.g.
ADI_CrossCoreEmbeddedStudio-Rel2.8.0.exe). By default the installer places all necessary components in the
C:\Analog Devices\CrossCore Embedded Studio 2.8.0 directory.
The first time you launch CrossCore Embedded Studio, you will be prompted to input a serial number, name, and email address. The serial number for ALL SHARC Audio Module boards is:
SHARC Audio Module CrossCore Serial Number
The New License Wizard will guide you through the process.
Once the serial number has been activated, the CrossCore development tools will be enabled to allow you to connect to the ADSP-SC589 processor using an ICE-1000 emulator.
SHARC Audio Module Bare Metal SDK 2.0.0
NOTE: This product is not yet released so the link below is not valid at this time. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org requesting a link to the SHARC Audio Module Bare Metal SDK
Click the link to the release notes below to see the full list of changes in this release.
When using CCES, the emulator can introduce some noise into the audio output stream when running. Disconnecting from CCES will produce an unaltered audio stream.
In order to use the ICE-1000 to connect to the SHARC Audio Module main board be sure to connect the adapter and cable to the ICE-1000 as shown below:
The SHARC Audio Module main board must be powered and the ICE-1000 emulator must be connected to P1(DEBUG) as shown below:
Do you need help or have general support questions, then this section helps you resolve those.
This section should give you all the information you need to contact someone that can help answer your questions.
Also, check out our Troubleshooting page for solutions to common problems with the SHARC Audio Module, CrossCore Embedded Studio 2.8.0, and the bare metal framework.
If you have questions on the SHARC Audio Module hardware or software or if you just want to show off your latest creation please visit the SHARC Audio Module EngineerZone forum.
When asking a question please take the time to give a detailed description of your problem. If you are experiencing a problem please state the steps you have executed, the result you expected you would get and the result you actually got. By doing so you enable us to provide you precise and detailed answers in a timely manner.
If you have questions regarding the tools and tool chain that is used with the SHARC Audio Module, either post a question or send an email.
If already familiar with CCES, continue on to the Next page using the Navigation section at the bottom of the page.
After completing the Bare Metal Framework there are various tutorials to go through in order to get familiar with the bare metal framework. It is recommended that you run the Bare Metal Project Wizard to create a starting point for each tutorial. Once you have a starting point, you can update specific options as needed. The tutorials will walk through changes that can be made to the code in order to get familiar with the various features that the framework provides.