Drink Mixer (Audio Mixer)
This project was titled the Drink Mixer as a joke cause one team member wanted to make that instead of a sound mixer so we kept that as the name.
More information and pictures will be added to this later but for now a link to the Purdue University Senior Design Project Page for this project can be found below.
The Hammer is not capable of processing audio at rates necessary for this project with all of the floating point calculations involved. As a result several processors were used
1 - ADSP-21262 SHARC DSP 10 - AVR ATMEGA32A
The ATMEGA32A were used as peripheral processors that kept track of motorized faders as well as Rotary Pulse Generators (RPGS) and LED Bar graphs. These processors were all placed on an i2c bus and monitored and updated several times / second by the Hammer S3C2410A ARM920T Processor.
The information acquired by the Hammer from the various peripherals as well as the user interface are then sent to a SHARC ADSP-21262 over an SPI bus. This information is processed and audio levels are adjusted accordingly. (Currently the audio portion of the project is incomplete as too much crosstalk is occurring on the A/D Data line).
This is a picture of the hammer running on the main board.
This is an inside view of the DrinkMixer (Audio Mixer Board). It's getting to be quite a lot of wires. This is mainly due to our PCB restriction of a maximum of 60 square inches per PCB.