I would like to create my own application to control the Platinum and USB Iconasys Turntables.
The Platinum Iconasys Turntable SDK is available in the table below.
|Operating System||Compiler||SDK||Notes||Release Date|
|Windows||VC++ 2013||IconasysTurntable.2.0.26867-win.zip||Any references to DC motors refer to the USB Iconasys Turntables and any reference to stepper motors refer to the Platinum series turntables.||Dec. 14, 2018|
|Windows||VC++ 2015||IconasysTurntableSDK-VC2015.zip||Any references to DC motors refer to the USB Iconasys Turntables and any reference to stepper motors refer to the Platinum series turntables.||Feb. 04, 2019|
Starting with this version we added support for UI turntable configuration.
Steps for building your application with our turntable sdk (we added a test.cpp file as an example of how to use the turntable sdk)
Now you should have your binary application. But it does not start at this point because it does not find the necessary libraries.
You can tell the app where to search for dependent libraries in two modes:
At this point you should be able to run the your application:
sudo IconasysTurntableTest (or you can add usb permission to standard user if sudo is not permitted)
If you receive the message "Turntable not opened", the kernel automatically loaded another driver for the FTDI usb device, so you need to unload them as follows:
At this point you should be able to open the turntable and play with sdk functions.
|Mar. 07, 2019|