Thursday, 31 May 2018

TEENSY-Synth PART 1

In this series we are going to build a DIY Synth using a Teensy 3.2 microcontroller and a Teensy Audio Adaptor board. The goal of this first episode is to solder up the components and get it to make some noise with a small test program.

Download the Test Program HERE



You can purchase the required parts at PJRC.com

TEENSY 3.2

AUDIO ADAPTOR BOARD

DOUBLE-DECKER HEADERS


3 comments:

  1. Hello, do you think this would easily convert to the newer Teensy 3.5? Thanks

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  2. What audio interface are you using to record you teensy audio? Looks like a small USB interface. Wanting to get a inexpensive portable device

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