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Wolfson licenses TinyCore DSP from Oxford

1/5/2011 06:24 PM EST
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kdboyce
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re: Wolfson licenses TinyCore DSP from Oxford
kdboyce   1/6/2011 4:25:25 AM
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The combination of the Tiny Core and Oxford's development kit with near real time interactive graphical programming environment makes the development process for complex digital audio parts with neat audio enhancements quite fast. I wouldn't use it to build 8 channel synthesizers, though :)

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re: Wolfson licenses TinyCore DSP from Oxford
selinz   1/5/2011 11:34:47 PM
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So it seems as though the main advantage in integrating the audio streams digitally is providing a higher level language interface? Or does mean that every smartphone will have an 8 channel synthesizer built into it?

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