Daisy is an embedded platform for music. It features everything you need for creating high fidelity audio hardware devices. Just plug in a USB cable and start making sound! No soldering required.
Resources: Documentation, and examples are hosted on the GitHub repository for easy download. All firmware that we develop is released for free under a permissive open source license(MIT). Check out the getting started wiki page!
Let's teach computers how to sing!
Programmability: C++, Arduino, Max/MSP Gen~, Pure Data(export using Heavy)
Hardware: ARM Cortex-M7 MCU, High fidelity AKM stereo audio codec with up to 24-bit 192kHz, 64MB of SDRAM, and 8MB of flash memory
. 31 total GPIO pins which can be configured as standard GPIO or one of several alternate functions including 16-bit Analog to Digital Converters(x12)
. 12-bit Digital to Analog Converters(x2)
. SD Card interfaces
. PWM outputs
. Serial protocols for connecting to external sensors and devices including SPI, UART, I2S, and I2C
. Dedicated VIN pin for power (input range from 4v to 17v)
. Micro USB port along with additional USB pins for full OTG-support as host and device. Port can be used for power, firmware, and debugging.