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  1. The HAARP Desktop proto.

    From the album The HAARP

  2. The HAARP Desktop proto.

    From the album The HAARP

  3. The HAARP Desktop proto.

    From the album The HAARP

  4. The HAARP Desktop Case Prototyping

    From the album The HAARP

    Milled Top Part 1mm thick
  5. HAARP desktop version

    From the album The HAARP

  6. The HAARP Prototype #001

    From the album The HAARP

       
  7. The HAARP, The Front Panel Layout

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  8. Busy Little Core

    I heard about MIDIbox some time ago from a dear friend. Not realizing its potential at the time, it ended up somewhere in the back of my head.   However, now that I am planning to build an analog(ish) synthesizer, I can start to see attraction of the system.   My question is this: How much will the CORE_LPC17 board be able to process at a time?   Here follows a list of functions: Scan a 49 key keyboard, using a six-bit polyphonic decoder. (Requires six Douts and one Din) Mix note events from the keyboard into the external MIDI stream. An internal clock, with tempo derived from either a pot or tapping. A basic arpeggiator with the following functions: Up, down, up-down, down-up, random, or order pressed modes. Run over 4 octaves. Semibreve, crotchet, quaver, semi-quaver, etc... based on clock input, from either the external input or the internal clock. Gate length (PW) controlled via pot. Output a CV, a gate, and clock pulse (to LFOs) Potentially a MIDI output, combining the data from the original MIDI stream, the keyboard, the internal clock (if being used), and the output from the arpeggiator on a separate channel. I think that is all for now. Shall write back if I remember something else...   So, would the core board be able to process all of this simultaneously?   Regards,   Steve.