Author Topic: Distortion for guitar programmed on a Sigma DSP ADAU1452  (Read 170 times)

stmoeller60

Distortion for guitar programmed on a Sigma DSP ADAU1452
« on: June 10, 2019, 04:30:49 PM »
These videos from me shows the differences and sounds of nonlinear devices for guitar distortion in Sigma Studio from Analog Devices on a ADAU1452Eval DSP board.

It can be heard with sinewaves and played with guitar too.

You can see the spectra live too.

Cheers
Stephan Moeller

Part1 : Difference of hard and soft clipping : https://youtu.be/INw3HPlR0bs

Part2: Difference of symmetric and asymmetric clipping : https://youtu.be/89NqHIASs2M

Part3: Influence of crossover distortion in power amps : https://youtu.be/DeHFNWr-kF0

Part4: The influence of an analog highpass in conjunction with the tube grid : https://youtu.be/ICDjrziNO2M

Digital Larry

Re: Distortion for guitar programmed on a Sigma DSP ADAU1452
« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2019, 09:04:45 AM »
Pretty cool, looks like you put a lot of work into that.
Digital Larry
Holy City Audio - home of SpinCAD Designer
http://www.holycityaudio.com

Firesledge

Re: Distortion for guitar programmed on a Sigma DSP ADAU1452
« Reply #2 on: June 12, 2019, 03:34:46 AM »
Very nice!

Is it possible to get some screen captures of the whole diagram, so we can try to replicate your signal processing on our own systems?
Pédale Vite, multi-FX pedalboard

stmoeller60

Re: Distortion for guitar programmed on a Sigma DSP ADAU1452
« Reply #3 on: June 12, 2019, 09:20:27 AM »
Thanks for watching it.  :) :)

Screenshots not possible anymore , because I changed the project all the time during the parts.
You should be able to see the details of the project when you watch the videos on a computer monitor and make the youtube screen to cinema mode.