ElectrosmithDaisy Patch Submodule Programmable Breakout Board


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Electrosmith Daisy Patch Submodule

Bring your seedling Eurorack module ideas one step closer to blooming with the Daisy Patch Submodule from Electrosmith, a DSP platform with convenient breakout headers for audio, CV, and more. The Daisy ecosystem has flourished into a number of different products to make it easier than ever to bring your ideas to life, regardless of whether you're fluent in C++, Max/MSP's Gen~, Pure Data, or a number of other audio programming environments. But if you're just getting started on your coding journey, a thriving online community of resources including documentation and examples is growing by the day.

On a technical level, the Patch Submodule is based on an STM32 processor, clocked at 480MHz and sporting plenty of RAM and power to support audio up to 24-bit and 96kHz. For the sake of convenience, the Submodule also provides 12 16-bit ADC inputs for control voltages or potentiometers, two 12-bit CV outputs, two gate inputs, two gate outputs, and 12 pins for GPIO to support screens or other peripheral devices. Basically, the Patch Submodule removes much of the headaches that can be found in hardware design, letting you focus more on creativity and functionality. That said, once your code is solid, you simply need to whip up a carrier board to hold the submodule along with your jacks and pots, and you're good to go! Nurture your ideas into reality with the Daisy Patch Submodule from Electrosmith.

Daisy Patch Submodule Features

  • Submodule based upon the open-source Daisy audio programming platform
  • STM32 H7 processor with Cirrus audio codec
  • Meant to be used on a larger carrier board supplying power and interfacing with jacks, pots, and other controls
  • Documentation and examples available at the Electrosmith GitHub page
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