Usb Midi control over 2600 tia with a pic

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Usb Midi control over 2600 tia with a pic

Post by aadz93 » Sun Mar 03, 2013 8:06 pm

Hello i was wondering if i can use either a pic16LF84A or pic24F08KA101 micro-controller to gain midi control over a atari 2600 tia chip to have it play notes (and possibly display visuals)? the whole interface would be controlled by usb. I also should have a Coolrunner II cpld if should need any extra logic components. the pic16LF84A is a 18 pin pdip with a max clock speed of 20MHz and the pic24F08KA101 is in a 20 pin pdip package and can achieve a max clock of 32MHz. so is this possible using either chip to do this if not which PIC microcontroller would be suitable for this project?

any help will be appreciated thanks
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