NEW PRODUCT – DSP-G1 Voice Chip
Make your own mini MIDI synth with DSP-G1 Voice Chip analog modeling synthesizer by Jan Ostman at DSP Synthesizers. It’s a tiny LPC810 chip programmed to read in MIDI streams and make music!
The chip reads TTL level serial MIDI data and outputs sound through a 44.1KHz Delta-Sigma DAC. The synth is a 15-DCO structured as 5-note paraphonic with a 24db lowpass filter with resonance. It also has: AMP ENV, filter ENV and LFO with sine or sample & hold waveform.
If you want to use it with for example Arduino (as we did in our example photo), it can be connected to the ATmega TX port and controlled through a sketch. More chips makes it multitimbral.
- 15 DCO, 24db DCF, 2 ENV, 1 LFO
- 5 voice paraphonic voice structure
- TTL MIDI Input
- 44.1KHz 16-bit Delta-Sigma DAC
- 19 parameters controlled through MIDI-CC
- 3.3v power, 5v tolerant inputs
- CUTOFF = CC#74
- RESONANCE = CC#71
- FILTER A = CC#82
- FILTER D = CC#83
- FILTER S = CC#28
- FILTER R = CC#29
- FILTER ENV M = CC#81
- FILTER LFO M = CC#01
- WAVEFORM = CC#76
- WRAP = CC#04
- RANGE = CC#21
- DETUNE = CC#93
- OSCENV A = CC#73
- OSCENV D = CC#75
- OSCENV S = CC#31
- OSCENV R = CC#72
- MASTERVOL = CC#07
- LFORATE = CC#16
- LFOWAVE = CC#20
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