Octave synthesis on a PIC microcontroller

Paul Perry pfperry at melbpc.org.au
Sat Jun 21 15:26:33 CEST 1997

At 06:07 AM 21/06/97 -0400, The Old Crow aka Scott wrote:

>  I've been experimenting with generating an octave of semitones on a pair
>of PIC16C54 microcontroller chips.  I can generate up to 8 semitones on a
>single chip using a 16MHz crystal.  (I wish they made a 33MHz version of
congratulations..... but what i would really like to see is a PIC based
exponential convertor so we can just make linear osccillators and voltage to
current convertors
and forget ovens & matched transistors.... just the one exponential
convertor with a couple of hex sample& hold chips & thats the nastiest
partof a synth gone.....

paul perry

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