nw2s::m Assembly Instructions

There same PCB may be used as either the active buffered mult or the passive mult. It’s a very quick build, but you need to pay attention to a couple of small points to make sure you don’t miss a small detail that could compromise the functionality. PCB Orientation Before we get started with the […]

nw2s::dsp Freeze/Stretch Demos

nw2s::dsp Freeze/Stretch Demos

Once you open up the possibility of a heavy-duty DSP chip like the SHARC with hardware accelerated FFT and biquad filters and can leverage some high-throughput ram like DDR2, you really have a powerhouse on your hands. I’ve been having a blast getting some of these wacky algorithms implemented. I’m still working out some of […]

A Detailed Look at the Clocks

A Detailed Look at the Clocks

Before we take a look at the next round of MIDI support updates, I wanted to take a little time to talk about the different clocks available on the ‘b. For most modules, their role is clear. There are clock generators. There are clocked devices. Clocks feed clocked devices. Generally there is little in between. […]

USB MIDI Support Part 1: The Basics

USB MIDI Support Part 1: The Basics

In preparation for the b2 prototyping (which will feature two front-facing USB OTG connectors), I’m furiously adding support for a few new USB devices. In this case, we’ll specifically talk about USB MIDI controllers. While the USB MIDI standard is fairly cut and dry and there are a few USB MIDI hosts out there for […]

Future Future

Future Future

First off, let me thank everyone for such a successful run with the nw2s::io! I’m almost out of the first run of 50 balanced modules and have sold almost as many of the unbalanced. Second, to all of the nw2s::b owners out there waiting for 1.1 firmware – not to worry. We’ll start seeing code […]