Founded in 1998, Pittsburgh Digital is an innovative engineering firm that provides product development, engineering, and production hardware for manufacturers of musical instruments and audio equipment.

TI Developers Conference “tech playroom” features Pittsburgh Digital a/mi2812 Demonstration

Pittsburgh Digital founder and CEO Michael Mecca gives a demonstration of the a/mi2812 at the TI Developers Conference.

Based on the flash-based TMS320F2812 150MIPS 32-bit DSP, the a/mi2812 DSP module is the first complete DSP development platform designed specifically for audio/ musical instrument engineering. 

A wide variety of interface options makes this board the optimal tool for musical product development. You can plug into its ¼"  jacks, and play the a/mi2812 right out of the box. Connect your digital gear directly to the a/mi2812 optical S/PDIF. User interface connections are provided for real-time analog control. I/O connections for switches, LEDs, and MIDI are all right at your fingertips. The a/mi2812 also has a
Texas Instruments High Performance Analog standard daughter card interface, should you decide to customize your analog hardware.

Read more about the a/mi2812 DSP module here.



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