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DIY Stompboxes => Digital & DSP => Topic started by: Digital Larry on July 16, 2019, 04:52:35 PM

Title: DSP on the ESP32, including Faust support
Post by: Digital Larry on July 16, 2019, 04:52:35 PM
Holy smokes!  I am definitely going to get one of these and add it to the pile of audio DSP dev boards I never did anything with.  Now that's not strictly true.  I did bend the FV-1 to my will.   As I am not a fan of low level programming, I am excited to see a Faust port for this as well.

https://faust.grame.fr/doc/tutorials/index.html#dsp-on-the-esp32-with-faust
Title: Re: DSP on the ESP32, including Faust support
Post by: audioartillery on July 16, 2019, 11:17:07 PM
Thatís pretty cool! I have a few ESP32 boards. Theyíre great for WiFi or Bluetooth stuff (currently struggling to get one doing WiFi and Bluetooth at the same time reliably).

The fact there are cheap boards with codecs, thatís pretty exciting.
Title: Re: DSP on the ESP32, including Faust support
Post by: dschwartz on August 21, 2019, 09:03:01 PM
Those esp32 chips look interesting..
For what i researched, it looks more powerful than a stm32f4, and its arduino compatible..and have a lot of bells and whistles like touch sensors, Bluetooth, wifi, 520k sram, 400 MIPS, floating point , etc, etc..and the chip is like 3 bucks on mouser.
I wish it had better ADC resolution, though..but for a simple delay it could make wonders.

I wonder if the teensy dsp arduino code could be adapted for these.