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600 points audio analyseur

Discussion in 'CAD' started by vincent.thiernesse, Sep 13, 2007.

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  1. Hello,

    I'm a French guy so my english is limited...

    I've designed and build an audio analyseur.

    see

    http://cjoint.com/?jnuQ3MN7sa

    http://cjoint.com/?jnu06pOjqA

    It traces gain and phase of HP impedance and frequency response from 20Hz to
    20 kHz using 600 steps (not limited to that).

    OK, don't tell me that your sound card does as well, I know.

    My question is: "on witch site could I publish this (open) projet".

    For those who knows Elektor, it uses an R8C13.

    Best regards

    Vincent
     
  2. Hum, sorry for crossposting...
     
  3. BobG

    BobG Guest

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    If it has an Atmel AVR in it, post it on AVRfreaks.net. Your English
    is several orders of magnitude better than my French. And my
    Grandmother was from Paris.
     
  4. Nice!
    You could get that published in one of the mags like Elektor, and get
    a bit of money back for your work.

    Dave.
     
  5. No, It doesn't have an AVR. It has a R8C13 from renesas.

    Have a nice day.

    Vincent
     
  6. Well, I tried to publish on Elektor. They only gave me 3000 caracters, not
    an article but a 'readers mail'. It should give a link to an article on
    internet, that's why I'm looking for a place to publish it on internet.

    About money, I would earn 50 euros with my 3000 caracters. Nothing compared
    to the investment...

    Regards

    Vincent
     
  7. Frank Buss

    Frank Buss Guest

    You could publish it on Sourceforge. It's free and they provide webspace
    for every project, too.

    Additional benefit: You could manage your files with the integrated version
    system (including the web-directory, if you like), if you want to enhance
    it or if more people want to work for it.
     
  8. BobG

    BobG Guest

    Sell it as a kit. Whats the block diagram? Is it a sweep frequency
    sine wave, or an FFT?
     
  9. This is a good idea !!!

    Thank you.

    Vincent
     
  10. This is a 600 steps of 0.1 db sweep frequency sine wave.

    I need to improve a few points before thinking about a kit. The more
    important point being the easyness of reproduction. Another is enhancing the
    user interface.

    I also wish to introduce Black-Nyquist diagram...but this is only a software
    feature.

    Regards

    Vincent

    PS: is your email valid ?
     
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