NAMM 2020: Electo-Smith Daisy Development Platform

An embedded platform specifically designed for audio      18/01/20

Electro-Smith are a relatively new company at the NAMM show this year they were showing off their Daisy embedded audio platform. This is similar to something like a teensy or arduino platform however it is specifically designed for use with audio. The board itself has stereo i/o, 64mb of RAM, 32 bit depth and 96k sample rate. Allowing you to use one of their test platforms to test your audio application. 

Electro-Smith have developed four different test enclosures for testing your own Daisy applications.

More info at Electro-Smith

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