[LAD] Embedded linux board
Jens M Andreasen
jens.andreasen at comhem.se
Mon Aug 20 17:56:28 UTC 2007
On Mon, 2007-08-20 at 19:24 +0200, Florian Schmidt wrote:
> I think i'll stick with the board i originally posted the link to [even if it
> doesn't work well enough i have only wasted 50 euros which isn't that much]..
> I will attach a USB audio interface for testing purposes and if the
> performance is sufficient for me, i'll look into attaching an audio codec to
> its ISP bus.
> BTW: i don't need jack to run.. I'm not even sure it can run at all on that
> board. All i need will be a single application which will feed audio into
> LADSPA plugins.. Jack would be overkill..
For the sake of sanity, here is the manual for the chip in question.
Note that the floating point co-processor has no divider but on the
other hand has a fast Integer Multply Accumulate with four 72bit
accumulators. Kind of hellish to make sense out of in a standard C
environmenet, but not at all bad for sound processing. Look for chapter
two (pdf page 35):
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