[sdiy] DIY Polysynths
ajhuovil at cc.hut.fi
Wed Jul 29 18:45:56 CEST 2009
On Wed, 29 Jul 2009, thx1138 wrote:
> SoundBite board was designed to be as low-cost possible due to University
> support program requests.
Fair enough. I can understand leaving out the external ram interface, but
surely SPI/I2C header wouldn't have cost that much?
Back when I moonlighted as a teaching assistant (beside my day job there)
for HUT audio dsp course, we wished the boards had had a few
potentiometers and numerical / lcd display. That should be easy enough to
add via SPI header. And cheap? - no need for fancy box, just provide pcb
mounted pots & lcd & something to control & read said things.
Tuning parameters and especially demoing them at end of course was always
quite painful because of the very limited interface.
"No boom today. Boom tomorrow. There's always a boom tomorrow"
-- Lt. Cmdr. Ivanova
More information about the Synth-diy