Hi all, I am totally new with CSOUND. I am playing around with ESP32 (Microcontroller) with Dual Core and up to 240MHz clock, and 2 I2S-Interfaces and 4 MByte RAM. These specs sound like the specs from 2000er PCs but it costs only around 10$ to get it working.
The development is more or less done by using the well known Arduino-IDE and C / C++.
My idea: why not moving some csound-libraries to the Arduino-IDE specially for the ESP32 and using Cabbage to develop the Arduino-Sourcecode. Then, this sourcecode could be compiled by the ARDUINO-IDE and transfered to the ESP32.
Finally You will get a hardware-synth rather than a VST.
This could be a totally new approuch to develop a hardware-synth or a hardware-module for a module-system.
Perhaps the ESP32 is not the best choice but could be a startingpoint for a general discussion.
A Teensy could be a good point to and provides already an audio-library. .. but has less cores and a slower clock and a higher price.
Currently I am trying to create a simple Sample-Player with the ESP32