Wandering Sounds
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speakEZ

speakEZ uses USB MIDI and the i. MX RT1010 to enable vocoder solutions with polyphony in low-cost, small form factor devices.

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Things used in this project

Hardware components

NXP MIMXRT1010-EVK
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USB Micro-B Male to USB A Female Adapter
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3.5mm TRS Headphones
Any consumer headphones with a 3.5mm jack will do. A pair of mine with an integrated mic was muffled without the talk button depressed. Another set was fine. YMMV. Avoid phones that require an amplifier.
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USB MIDI Keyboard and Cable
I used an Arturia Keystep sequencer during development and for the video demos. Also tested a Nektar Panorama T6. I recommend trying anything you have!
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Software apps and online services

NXP MCUXpresso SDK Builder
NXP MCUXpresso IDE

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Code

speakEZ GitHub

Credits

Wandering Sounds

Wandering Sounds

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Manufacturing engineer by day, embedded geek by night. Beginner electronics hobbyist. Focusing on audio, chess, and other stuff!

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