[linux-audio-dev] [OT] Analog circuit design?
pw_lists at slinkp.com
Sat May 31 17:03:00 UTC 2003
Sort of off-topic, except that i want to do it on linux and it
does have to do with audio :)
I've been wanting to tinker a bit with analog audio circuit
design. I've built a few boxes from schematics but I've
never actually designed a circuit.
What I'd REALLY like is some GUI software in which I can construct
a circuit diagram and then feed in a test audio signal and
through some DSP magic, hear (more or less) what the result would sound
like before I start using my big clunky hands to ruin physical objects :)
Does such a thing exist? Or some combination of software that would
do the above? I've been looking at some SPICE resources online
but I can't tell if you can feed an arbitrary digitized audio signal into
a SPICE simulation.
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