If you target modern GPU:s you will have a truly huge platform with
massive computational power. Just a thought.
On Thu, 16 Feb 2017 at 05:03, Pablo Riera <pablo.ri...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am collecting information on how to accomplish DSP projects (mainly
> synths, only output) with low cost or makers boards.
> -Arduino Uno 16 bit PWM, 25 usd
> -Arduino Due 12 bit DAC, 50 usd
> -Beaglebone + Bela 16 bit DAC, 170 usd
> -Raspberry Pi + Behringher Uca22216 bit DAC, 70 usd
> -16 bit DAC module, 5 usd (and some fast board, Due? )
> I am not sure about maximum sampling rate for each case, but I think they
> all reach 44.1 kHz, (maybe not for the arduino UNO). It will be nice to run
> code at higher bit depths and rates but DAC outputs at CD quality.
> Does anyone has experience with some of these combinations or others and
> could share comments on technical issues, ease of use, latency, audio
> quality (noise, max sampling rate), etc.
> Thanks in advance. Great list by the way.
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