software EGs / PICs

Bob Zimmer bzimmer at
Wed Jun 25 10:14:51 CEST 1997

At 10:31 AM 6/18/97 -0700, you wrote:
>>For data sheets - search for PIC, "Basic Stamp", Parallax ( Parallax is
>>a manufacturer of the Basic Stamp and of development kits ) and "Scott
>>Edwards" ( another manufacturer )
>Also, check out ... 
>I've used Basic Stamps for other non-audio related projects (robotics,
>automated control, etc), but am *very* interested in how they can be
>applied in the synthesis field.
>I think I missed the earlier part of this thread where PIC's were
>mentioned, and will go through my archives to see if I have it, but if
>anyone else has any idea's or applications of PIC's for audio, please let
>me know.  I have quite a few spare from past projects, and would love to
>figure out some cool uses for them...

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