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Product category: Microprocessors, Microcontrollers and DSPs
News Release from: Analog Devices | Subject: SHARC 2126x and 2136x
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 04 May 2006

DSPs bring back classic analogue audio

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SHARC processors power the CreamWare Audio Authentic Sound Box family of sound modules designed to emulate the sound and feel of several popular vintage keyboards.

Analog Devices SHARC processors are being used by CreamWare Audio, a leading developer of modular digital audio solutions, in its Authentic Sound Box (ASB) family of sound modules designed to emulate the sound and feel of several popular vintage keyboards "SHARC's floating-point precision means audio algorithms just sound better", said Frank Hund, Chief Technology Officer, CreamWare Audio

"The considerable