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Nuts & Volts Magazine (June 2004)

BUILD A SIMPLE SYNTHESIZER

By Tom Napier    View In Digital Edition  


The output frequencies from audio signal generators are not always either stable or accurately specified. An alternative is Direct Digital Synthesis (DDS). This process creates the desired output from numerical samples and generates any frequency you set with crystal accuracy.

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