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Old 18th December 2012, 10:52 AM   #1
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Default Guitar effects using PIC

Good morning.

I'm an Electronic Engineering student and I'm doing my final project. It consists of an electric guitar effects pedal with distortion and delay, using PIC32MX150F128D. I'm using one ADC and one DAC conected to SPI1 pins using SSx pin as LRCK, and driving REFCLKO to an output pin to use as SYSTEMCLK. For implement delay effect I save all the samples in an external SRAM directly.

I would like to know if somebody has used this PIC to do a similar project, and if they can tell me about any problem with this device, or ani consideration about the SPI module with audio options, because we have very little experience about how SPI must be used. Any other help would be greatly appreciated as well.

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