Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] programmable dsp box?
From: Steve Harris (S.W.Harris_AT_ecs.soton.ac.uk)
Date: Sun Sep 22 2002 - 12:25:47 EEST
On Sat, Sep 21, 2002 at 10:24:37 -0500, Will Benton wrote:
> Hey, all. I was just browsing and saw the Soundart Chameleon, which
> looks like a really cool toy. Unfortunately, the development tools are
> windows-only. I'm sure that I could run at least some of them under
> wine/vmware, but I'm not too interested in
I think that all the code / information neccesary to port the toolchain to
linux is there, but no-one has done it. You should check with the
Someone else discussed it here a few weeks back, so you might be able to
get some help. I'm interesting in the final product, but dont realy have
time to help with porting anything.
> What other programmable dsp boxes (preferably using the gcc toolchain)
> are there? I'm interested in something like the Chameleon, a
> rackmountable box with a DSP engine, LCD, control knobs/buttons and
> audio and midi ins-and-outs. Obviously, the "rackmountable" requirement
Many of the DSP development boards can be used with linux, but they tend
to be outragously expensive, you you would have to make your own MIDI i/o
too - though they have compatible serial ports I think.
There is one oldish 56k based development board which isn't too expensive,
and has a large user community, but its pretty slow
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