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How to use STM32F4 to make floppy drive music

Question asked by snow.john on May 31, 2015
Latest reply on May 31, 2015 by snow.john
Hello guys,

I am new to this forum and I have a question for you experts. I would like to start this fun project where I would like to make "floppy drive music" Because the motor in the floppy drive moves it can produce the sound I want. The first problem is that I don't have many experience with stm32f4. Most people use the rasberry pi or arduino but since I don't have (or don't want to) buy those I wanted to use STM32F4 discovery board.

The problem is that I don't know which pins I should connect first. I know that for floppy music you need motor enable, drive select, step & direction pins on your floppy drive but I have no idea where should I connect the other side of the wire. The video I watched (used arduino) connected to GND pin, pin 2 and pin 3

Can you give me some help how to wire this thing?