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NN Copying of a guitar effect with Reverse Engineering

Started by MustafaUmutSarac February 23, 2009
I have a PC based guitar effects software.

Some of the effects are great.

First is Vienna Philharmonic Concert Hall Acoustic effect , Second is a
tube based guitar amp effect.

I want to analyse these input and output sounds digitally and train a dsp
neural networks chip .

If I am not wrong ,

I will be needed 

+ A/D

+ DSP CHIP for finding the spectrum peaks of the input sounds- raw guitar
sound and effected guitar effect sound - 

+ NN DSP CHIP for finding the function between guitar input spectrum peaks
and guitar effect output spectrum peaks , 

and after all , this NN DSP chip will change every input guitar spectrum
peak to new one

+ D/A 

It looks basic but i need help.
What kind of chips do I need ? They must cost cheap.
I need similar reference codes for these chips.

Thanks for your help ,

Mustafa Umut Sarac

Istanbul 



MustafaUmutSarac wrote:

> I have a PC based guitar effects software.
Wow. You didn't say.
> Some of the effects are great.
Good for you.
> First is Vienna Philharmonic Concert Hall Acoustic effect , Second is a > tube based guitar amp effect.
Hall effect in the tube? Interesting.
> I want to analyse these input and output sounds digitally and train a dsp > neural networks chip .
Why? It is well known that fractal fuzzy wavelets make the best result.
> If I am not wrong ,
You are wrong.
> I will be needed
You will be needed smart head and stubborn arse, and many years of learning.
> + A/D > > + DSP CHIP for finding the spectrum peaks of the input sounds- raw guitar > sound and effected guitar effect sound - > > + NN DSP CHIP for finding the function between guitar input spectrum peaks > and guitar effect output spectrum peaks , > > and after all , this NN DSP chip will change every input guitar spectrum > peak to new one > > + D/A > > It looks basic but i need help.
How much are you going to pay for help?
> What kind of chips do I need ? They must cost cheap.
The 741, 7400 and 555 would probably do.
> I need similar reference codes for these chips.
Sure.
> Mustafa Umut Sarac > Istanbul
Yea. Messages like that are always from that side of the world. VLV
MustafaUmutSarac wrote:

> I have a PC based guitar effects software.
> Some of the effects are great.
> First is Vienna Philharmonic Concert Hall Acoustic effect, > Second is a tube based guitar amp effect.
> I want to analyse these input and output sounds > digitally and train a dsp neural networks chip .
Easier to go read the patent. If you are sued, it will be assumed that you have read it, so you might as well do it. -- glen