On Mon, 2006-05-22 at 15:20 +0200, Ronan Cunniffe wrote:
> Hi all,
> I need to bit-bang a device via a controller that accepts tables of
> binary waveforms. Building the tables by hand is doable, but what I
> really need is a graphical editor (I'll be twiddling and tuning for
> weeks, and other very-definitely-non-coders may return to make changes
>> I tried Google and Freshmeat, but just learned more about voice
> synthesis and audio editing than I really had in mind. (Waveforms are
> apparently stored in binary, you see. Grrr.)
>> Vast ranges of features are not important - I've got 6 control
> lines, and fairly short patterns in multiple tables. Open source would
> be very useful - I'd rather hack the output driver to produce what I
> need directly than write a separate converter.
Have you found anything to do it - full_stop? The binary conversion is
the easy part.
If the patterns relate to repeating waves, (Sawtooth, sine, square etc)
you could simply insert them, digitise them, and store them. I'd offer
to build you kit except you can probably just record them straight from
a line in on your soundcard.
With Best Regards,
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