I already posted this on another thread about HQ Audio for the Panda. But I was wondering on actually getting some nice sound-dsp-chips for my future Panda project.
I took a look at SpeakJet, but is a bit expensive and doesn’t do what I want.
So I wonder, maybe some cheap chips that I could easily program to create waveforms and envelopes?
What are the alternatives?
I need 44.1khz output, at least, otherwise it won’t sound good.
I was also looking at the XMOS chip, which is pretty fast and its 32 bits. (400 Mhz) But the kits for it are a bit expensive.
Another idea would be the Propeller chip, I guess?