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Get up and going with audio sound processing DSP development

Started by Aaron Gray May 6, 2006
Hi,

Whats the cheepest way to get up and going with audio sound processing DSP 
development.

I would like a system that I can connect to a computer with USB to program 
it, and have audio in and out connections,

I am a programmer and am familuar with digital and analogue electronics.

Many thanks in advance,

Aaron


"Aaron Gray" <ang.usenet@gmail.com> wrote in
news:4c4tieF13se51U1@individual.net: 

> Hi, > > Whats the cheepest way to get up and going with audio sound processing > DSP development. > > I would like a system that I can connect to a computer with USB to > program it, and have audio in and out connections, > > I am a programmer and am familuar with digital and analogue > electronics. > > Many thanks in advance, > > Aaron > > >
Check out our dspstak products. These work exactly this way and we have lots of audio products. -- Al Clark Danville Signal Processing, Inc. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Purveyors of Fine DSP Hardware and other Cool Stuff Available at http://www.danvillesignal.com
Aaron Gray wrote:
> Whats the cheepest way to get up and going with audio sound processing DSP > development. > > I would like a system that I can connect to a computer with USB to program > it, and have audio in and out connections,
take a look at http://www.danvillesignal.com/ (SHArC platform) probably a good time for Al to pipe in and tell you exactly what to buy. (FYI: i get no commission. just good will.) r b-j
what a coincidence!  i didn't realize that Al was on the line at this
time.

"Hi, Al!"

r b-j

I like the C6713 kit from TI/Spectrum Digital:

http://www.spectrumdigital.com/product_info.php?cPath=25&products_id=113

Price is around $400, and you get a C compiler with no limitations
(except that it will only build code for the C6713 kit).

On past TI kits the compiler was limited in the code size that it would
produce. This would require you to spend >$1000 for an unrestricted
version of their development software. I'm not sure if the same is true
for Analog Devices based kits.

Regards,
Bob