[sdiy] Javascript Muse

Dave dlmanley at sonic.net
Wed Sep 6 02:55:40 CEST 2017

Almost certainly the bit-serial adder/accumulator (11, 15) and the logic that feeds it increments (19, 41, 50) - basically the bottom half of fig 1.

You don't often see bit-serial logic anymore.


On September 5, 2017 5:00:08 PM PDT, rsdio at audiobanshee.com wrote:
>Your final comment about the "weirdest" DCO from USB Patent 3610801 has
>piqued my curiosity. Which Figure in that Patent are you referring to?
>On Sep 4, 2017, at 9:46 PM, Donald Tillman <don at till.com> wrote:
>> Hey folks,
>> For some crazy reason I built a Triadex Muse in software that runs on
>a web page.
>>    http://till.com/articles/muse/
>> Have fun.  Connect it into your modular.  Run several on multiple
>browser windows simultaneously.  It'll run on an iPhone.  
>> I don't have schematics, so if anyone has some inside knowledge of
>these machines, I would sure appreciate any corrections.
>> ----
>> The Wikipedia entry on The Muse is useless.
>> There are a bunch of Muse videos on YouTube, and they all suck badly.
>The most popular one has a guy with Micky Mouse gloves who clearly has
>no idea what he's doing, and he pitches it up around 8000Hz so we can't
>hear a melody.  And another video has the Muse going through so much
>processing, backing tracks, and digital echo that you can't tell what's
>going on.
>> It's tough out there, man.
>>  -- Don
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