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Topic: 16-bit audio recording/playback (sampling) with Arduino? (Read 5 times) previous topic - next topic

kriista

I've seen the waveshield and similar things but most of what I've seen has been about playing back prerecorded audio. Are there any shields or IC/projects with friendly code (not a great programmer) that you can read/write an audio buffer and mess around with it a bit (starting at different places or changing direction etc...)

Grumpy_Mike

Basically no, the arduino has not got enough memory to do this sort of thing.
In theory it might be possible to have a shield with external memory, and A/D & D/A but getting it in and out of the arduino is a bit of a bottle neck.

kriista

Yeah I figured something like that was the case. I was hoping there was a shield or something similar that just took control input from the Arduino, but at the point I'm just describing a commercial sampler with MIDI input.

Grumpy_Mike


kriista

That's quiet interesting.

I wonder if it will be able to run PureData, or Max even (not sure if it can run osx/windows from the description).

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