Feb 05, 2017 · A wavetable synth isn’t a deep application of a weird reverse FFT — that’s FM synthesis. Wavetable synthesis is simply playing a single waveform — one arbitrary wave — at different speeds.
Jun 13, 2016 · Simple FM Synthesis patch: I created a simple patch for FM synthesis using PD. It uses a carrier and a single modulator. It takes two frequencies and combines them. The patch uses an oscillator that is connected to the final gain stage. This is then controlled by a volume knob which acts as the master … Continue reading Pure Data
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Mar 08, 2016 · OP·A is a multitimbral FM synthesizer shield that's bursting with character. Inspired by the classic sound-chips found in 90's video game consoles, keyboards and sound cards, OP·A gives your next project retro flavored sounds and music, all through a simple serial interface. We wanted OP·A to be: Simple to integrate into any Arduino based ...
It is an Arduino Nano powered, small, hackable board based on the rock steady Si5351 synthesizer with a bright 2.8 inch, 320×240 TFT display, 6 analog ports, three oscillators and six digital lines. It comes preloaded with µBITX’s free and open source software , so you can add all the features you want to!
Jun 14, 2017 · Arduino Sine wave Generator using the direct digital synthesis Method. Here we describe how to generate sine waves with an Arduino board in a very accurate way. Almost no additional hardware is required. The frequency range reaches form zero to 16 KHz with a resolution of a millionth part of one Hertz!
T863 FM 3-Channel Selectable Transmitter with Belt Clip, 2AA batteries, No Microphone. The T863 is a portable, body-pack style FM transmitter with user-selectable operating frequencies of 863.25 MHz, 863.75 MHz, or 864.75 MHz. The T863 will operate up to 30 meters (98 feet) when used with Williams Sound?s R863 receiver.
Kastle is an open source DIY project which runs on two Attiny 85 chips that can be reprogrammed with an Arduino (google: “programming Attiny 85 with Arduino”). One chip is dedicated to sound generation while the other handles modulation. Several firmwares for the Attiny chips are available. The Synth version