[sdiy] Electrosmith Eurorack DSP platform
btremblay at me.com
Thu Jan 27 15:50:45 CET 2022
Thanks Eric! Sometimes specs are just what I need.
I have a Teensy 4.1 pre-populated with RAM from Protosupplies and a set of audio boards. I feel mighty!
Some day maybe when I am dead and have free time I will upgrade my 8MB Teensy drum machine with the 16MB Teensy.
As it is I can get 11 voices of sampled drum sounds plus synthesis plus effects from this thing. I just want the samples to be a little longer.
I would like to see the Daisies pushing the clock speed limits like the Teensies.
> On Jan 27, 2022, at 12:07 AM, Eric Brombaugh via Synth-diy <synth-diy at synth-diy.org> wrote:
> The STM32H7 CPU used in the Daisy has similar capabilities to the
> iMXRT10 in the Teensy 4, but the Daisy includes the audio codec and
> 64MB of SDRAM, while the Teensy has no SDRAM and a codec is available
> using an add-on board. The STM32H7 runs a bit slower, but has on-chip
> flash while the iMX requires external flash so there may be some
> differences in memory bandwidth that fall in favor of the STM32H7.
> On the software side, the Teensy has a very extensive and easy-to-use
> audio library. Daisy also has an audio library but I have no experience
> with that. Both claim compatibility with a wide range of development
> tools including the widely-known Arduino ecosystem.
> It's probably close to a wash, but if you need a whole lot of temporary
> storage for audio buffers then the Daisy is probably a better bet.
> On Wed, 2022-01-26 at 23:42 -0500, Benjamin Tremblay via Synth-diy
>> Is there anything I get from this I would not get from a Teensy 4?
>>> On Jan 26, 2022, at 11:13 PM, Barry Klein via Synth-diy
>>> <synth-diy at synth-diy.org> wrote:
>>> I got the original Daisy Seed when it was debuted at NAMM 2 or 3
>>> years ago(?) but was incapable of getting it up and running without
>>> my son’s help (and he struggled a bit beforehand). I really wanted
>>> to have fun learning something with it but it sits on my desk
>>> blinking it’s hello world blink. This new Daisy looks even cooler
>>> as there should be lots of support to run the STM32 - another
>>> wannado for me. I wanted to get the right STM platform to run
>>> Audioweaver but I also had laptops too old to run it so things
>>> stalled. I suspect though I need to return to the Seed and get
>>> competent with it before spending more money on toys. It sure
>>> helps if you have classmates or friends that share your interest in
>>> these things. My son gave me a Teenage Engineering pocket operator
>>> thing and I could not figure the thing out. Don’t know how anyone
>>> on their own could. More dedication than I have! Has to be word of
>>> mouth for learning these things. The Seed is similar. Need
>>> handholding to get anywhere with it. The support videos progress
>>> very fast - have to slow them down to 50% speed to try and follow
>>> them. So yes you can do great things with these things but you have
>>> to know/learn how.
>>>> On Jan 26, 2022, at 1:39 PM, Jason Proctor <jason at redfish.net>
>>>> Interesting --
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