Several Codes based on PedalSHIELD Library

8 years 1 day ago - 8 years 1 day ago #481 by AndrewHPavei
Hello Ray and PedalSHIELD's users,

I come here today to share several codes which i've been working since February when i started my Final Paper to Electrical Engineering Graduation of Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC), Brazil.

Some of then are based on the PedalShield library where I tried to understand the the physics behind the code, and to achieved it, I read and implemented some similars codes founds in Engineering books that you can look in my references.

Others codes are based only on the books

This work was shown in on a lecture of 14o Conference of Audio Engineering Society Brazil , and i worked with some professors of LINSE - Circuit and Signal Processing Laboratory ( www.linse.ufsc.br/ )

I would like to kindly ask your opnion about the codes, and where i could improve.

I hope increase and improve this list with your help and advice :)

You can find the original publication on this link : www.linse.ufsc.br/

Code list:
  1. Chorus
  2. Chorus Dattorro
  3. Echo
  4. Flanger
  5. Vibrato
  6. Fuzz
  7. Reverb Schroeder
  8. Tremolo

Regards
Andrew Henrique Pavei
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7 years 11 months ago #482 by Ray
Hi Andrew,
That is an AMAZING job, thank you for sharing it with us, if you are happy I would like to link it from the "How to Start Coding pedalSHIELD" topic so all the folks dont miss this effects.
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7 years 11 months ago - 7 years 11 months ago #483 by AndrewHPavei
Thank you Ray :P No problem! link it hehe i would be glad.

I want to share so we can work together to improve theses codes and others.

And I have many ideas of new codes mainly in the reverberation field. =)

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7 years 11 months ago #484 by AndrewHPavei
As you can see, the original paper was written in portuguese, but the all references are in english. So i belive that you will not find trouble to understand the articles.
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4 years 6 months ago #2023 by Austa
Are these optimized for bass guitar as well?

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4 years 6 months ago #2028 by Ray
Yes, all the codes work the same for guitar and bass, the only difference is that the bass uses lower harmonics, but everything works the same.

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