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Make a Propeller Platform Synth

A four part tutorial series on how to make your own SIDcog-based synthesizer with the Propeller Platform.  Jeff writes…

dig into the audio abilities of the Propeller Platform with the creation of your own on-screen synthesizer, starting with the basics of sound generation, then into a fully functional instrument capable of creating funky, eight-bit sounds.

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2 Comments

  1. Nice!

    I’ve been thinking about doing something like this with the Propeller board I got at the Open Hardware Summit. The multicore setup of the Prop really lends itself to something like independent polyphonic voice generation.

  2. pretty cool

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