[sdiy] STM32 (or other) audio DSP learning recommendations

Terry Shultz thx1138 at earthlink.net
Wed Jun 27 08:04:54 CEST 2018

Hi Vladimir,

You are limited to ST products and with the ST release of Audio Weaver.

We will not build custom Board Support packages for Free as ST provides that type of support for the processor.

You can adapt it to variants of the Discovery boards easily or build you own custom BSP.

We have docs on how custom hardware builds are performed.

At what point does it make sense to spin your own hardware and build the BSP that supports your target application.

Contact me at TShultz at DSPConcepts.com <mailto:TShultz at DSPConcepts.com>  work email, THX1138 at earthlink.net <mailto:THX1138 at earthlink.net> off line and cell# is +1-562-355-4699

I use SKYPE quite a bit and can have a SKYPE call if you wish.

best regards,


> On Jun 26, 2018, at 10:01 PM, Vladimir Pantelic <vladoman at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 26.06.2018 22:40, Terry Shultz wrote:
>> Hi Scott,
>> To give you some backgrounder on the CMSIS Libs for Cortex M4/M7 and Neon were programs that were funded by ARM
>> and developed under contract by DSP Concepts.
>> We have a killer deal for Audio folks to get our ST tools for and they are really catching the wave right now. Several Thousand downloads
>> of our tools.
>> The Standard Audio Weaver tool is $1,000 USD and a royalty per unit shipped with the AWE Core in the processor.
>> ST ver. is Free and Royalty Free.
>> Of course the Discovery boards are between $14 to $50 USD.
> is the free version of Audio Weaver limited to Nucleos and Discoveries
> or can I use it with my own STM32 hardware?
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