YouTube user Giulio Moro made this cool video demonstrating his cool guitar effects made using BeagleBone Black.
A quick demo of the wah wah effect I programmed on a Beaglebone Black as an assignment for the Real Time DSP module taught by Andrew McPherson at Queen Mary University Of London.
Two buttons, a potentiometer.
- filter cutoff can be controlled by external pedal or by signal envelope
- two switchable filter cutoff range, “hi” for guitar and “lo” for bass
- built in overdrive which gain is controlled by the potentiometer
- the overdrive can be moved before or after the filter
- controls can be assigned to the acceleromter (not shown in this demo)
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