[music-dsp] Open Source DSP Analog Simulation Synth
nostromo at arkaos.net
Wed May 13 11:31:14 EDT 2009
Thanks. It's more of a "refurbushing" project than any kind of wizardry
I could be really proud of... but the result is cool to use indeed. Now
I should settle my sight on doing my own 'twisted' version of ms-20
architecture using custom made filters and oscillators and run it on the
same platform... now that would be awesome :)
Stephen Sinclair a écrit :
> *Very* cool project, thanks for sharing that!!
> On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 11:20 AM, M-.-n <nostromo at arkaos.net> wrote:
>> I'd be interested to know too.
>> So far I've been playing with the arduino piano and although the horse power
>> is fairely limited, I had a blast using it.
>> If you are ok with looking at unix/windows platform possibilities (with the
>> aforementioned possible problems related to OS's), the eee pc 701 is pretty
>> cheap (around 150 USD/EUR) and has pretty much all of that.
>> I've done a custom digital MS-20 by stripping an eeepc running the ms-20 vst
>> plugin from his lcd and stuffing it into the legacy edition controller and
>> it's all running smooth and nice.
>> Pure:dyne is a real-time unix kernel and it seems to run very smoothly too
>> (although I'm not really trying to develop for it at the moment).
>> Sure it's not tons of power either but it's really easy to implement. So,
>> depending on your goal, it might be worthwile looking at.
>> Also I've never found fixed point on ARMS to be a real issue, but I'm that
>> kind of gritty guy :)
>> Hope this helps,
>> Stephen Sinclair a écrit :
>>> Just to interject into this conversation, while we're talking about
>>> Can anyone recommend a good, inexpensive (< $200) and physically
>>> *small* solution for doing embedded audio? Bonus points for:
>>> - analog inputs for reading sensors
>>> (or if not, tty / i2c to talk to digital sensors)
>>> - compatibility with a GNU or otherwise free C compiler
>>> - output audio digitally to plug into digital mixer using something like
>>> - ethernet for communicating via Open Sound Control
>>> The reason is to embed audio synthesis into custom musical instruments.
>>> I've thought about trying the gumstix for this, does anyone have
>>> experience with it? It looks like it could do it, but it's annoying
>>> that it requires different attachments (i.e., more $$$) for almost
>>> each feature I want. Also, I think ARM lacks floating-point support
>>> which is a bit annoying for audio purposes.
>>> Another thought, would an FPGA be an interesting option for this? Why,
>>> why not?
>>> I think a "perfect" solution would be to add a DSP to an Arduino
>>> perhaps, but that would require my own electronics design, which is
>>> not my area of expertise.
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