[sdiy] DSP 808 new demo

Nicholas Keller niroke at tampabay.rr.com
Wed Jul 24 05:57:44 CEST 2013


Sorry if you already mentioned this, but...   Have you allowed for automation of the sound parameters?  Are the sounds altered in menus via the LCD?  Are you able to store different kits?  


On Jul 23, 2013, at 10:22 AM, rburnett at richieburnett.co.uk wrote:

>> I think "are we going to be able to get one of these" is at the core
>> of the question about releasing code.... if you're going to productize
>> it ( aaah, corporatespeak! ) then that ought to satisfy most of us who
>> are interested :-D
> Hi Pete,
> The long-term plan is to productionise this for volume manufacture, but i can't commit to timescales.  I come from a design for manufacture background so things like approvals certification, supplier negotiations, stocking, documentation and shipping don't scare me as much as just taking up a whole load of time.  I'm just one man doing this.
> I would certainly like to get some return on the hours i've invested in developing this thing.  However, I realise that the expectations of a customer paying for a product are higher than the expectations of someone building a DIY audio kit, so it needs to be right.  I also believe the sound is much closer than any other TR-808 clone, without resorting to samples, unlike some of the already established names offerring "Virtual Analogue" 808 and 909 VSTs!
> I posted the demos here for two purposes really.  Firstly to motivate those already doing or concidering doing audio DSP with dsPIC and show what can be achieved.  And secondly to guage interest in a possible future product or collaboration working towards a product.
> Best regards,
> -Richie Burnett,
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