Anyone here a CCS fan? Just picked up their PCHWD C complier. So far its a nice package. I am starting back into the world of micros after a 2 year break. So I figured I would start simple. I am making a meter board that I can use for all my toys. It has 2 LED bar graphs (Left and Right) each with 19 LEDS. I am setting it up for dBFS scale but its is micro-based so it could be anything. I am using a huge 64 pin PIC (PIC16LF1947) with 53 I/O so I can do ANYTHING with it. I have 2 ADC set up to read a AC signals from the output of my mic pre and compressors. I uses a simple voltage divider with a TVS clamp to ensure the pic only see 5 volts on its input. I have a Push button hooked up to toggle between the viewing modes or scaling for that matter. So far I thinking: RMS PEAK PEAK with max value linger dBFS VU dBu etc... Anyway the board is out to PCB shop and the code is mostly written..... here is the schematic: http://steller-studios.com/PDF/STELLER DISPLAY R0.pdf here is the 2 sided layout: http://steller-studios.com/PDF/STELLER DISPLAY PCB R0.pdf I will post some c code when I get it debugged. If Anyone else is playing CCS or pic's and C i would love to share ideas. EDIT: Just to clear something up before hand. The schematic shows the LEDs in a VU type scale, but those are just net tags, the first iteration of the software is dBFS.