Five videos featuring the AVR Synth – Elby Designs

June 5, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized 

Here are five videos featuring the new AVR Synth, below are some background info. The AVR SYNTH is a monophonic “virtual analog” synth based designed by Jarek Ziembicki. The synthesis architecture is simple:- two DCO’s, a DCF, and a DCA. There is also an LFO and an AR/ASR envelope generator.

The remaining videos can be found here >>

just tweaking this new synth
…the AVRSYN from Elby designs…. trying to find its sweet spots.

“The AVRSYN is a monophonic “virtual analog” synth based
on the Atmel AT90S8535 microcontroller. It was originally designed by Jarek Ziembicki.
His aim was to check to see if a simple micro-processing chip could be used for sound synthesis.
Paul Maddox later adapted this design design using a
ATMEGA16 instead as the AT90S8535 is no longer in production.

I think they succeeded.

The AVR consists of
two DCO’s, a DCF, and a DCA. There is also an LFO and an AR/ASR envelope generator.

All sounds are from the AVR.
Thanks to Blake C for the tweaking.

Thanks to Matt from RhythmActive for the AVRSYNTH
http://www.rhythmactive.com.au/

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