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Simple dsp

Started by franz_as_tux February 27, 2010
Hi @ all!
I've a question: I'm working on a project for thesis, involved in automatic pitch shifting for voice/ guitar ( yes it's very different..i have to decide valutating how many time I can spend in this work, but this is not the question :) ) In my university we have dsk6711 or dsk5402/5510 c30 and so on but I can't bring @ home for the time i had to work with. Buying one from spectrum digital is very expensive...515$ for dsk6713 and nothing used... so I have thought that we have in every pc a dsp, the sound card. In particular, is there a way to program a dsp like emu10k1 of suound blaster live like a TI c6000? Writing asm r c code directly using the hardware, not passing alsa, csound or another driver/api? What is in this sense the most easy soundcard to work with? If it's a stupid question please excuse me :(
Good evening!
Francesco
Hopefully someone can answer your question directly... But what I do know is that if you do this, it will be something excellent to talk about on job interviews. They LOVE to hear stuff like that. Do it if you can!!!

>live like a TI c6000? Writing asm r c code directly using the hardware, not >passing alsa, csound or another driver/api? What is in this sense the most >easy soundcard to work with? If it's a stupid question please excuse me :(
>Good evening!
>Francesco
Hi,

If your budget can not get you along to a C5505 (US$49) or even better, a C5515 ezDSP boards from TI, then you definitely have no more options. Have a look:

http://focus.ti.com/dsp/docs/dspcontent.tsp?contentIdb032

And good luck!

Jaime Andrés Aranguren Cardona
j...@ieee.org
j...@computer.org

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Hi @ all!
I've a question: I'm working on a project for thesis, involved in automatic pitch shifting for voice/ guitar ( yes it's very different..i have to decide valutating how many time I can spend in this work, but this is not the question :) ) In my university we have dsk6711 or dsk5402/5510 c30 and so on but I can't bring @ home for the time i had to work with. Buying one from spectrum digital is very expensive... 515$ for dsk6713 and nothing used... so I have thought that we have in every pc a dsp, the sound card. In particular, is there a way to program a dsp like emu10k1 of suound blaster live like a TI c6000? Writing asm r c code directly using the hardware, not passing alsa, csound or another driver/api? What is in this sense the most easy soundcard to work with? If it's a stupid question please excuse me :(
Good evening!
Francesco

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