#1
Hi! I was wondering if anyone knows of a pitch shifting chip that can alter the input signal's pitch by making it lower or higher. It has to be 16-bit or greater, though. The HT8950 is only 8-bit. :-/

Thanks!
~Matt
Last edited by MrRoboto2000 at Jul 4, 2007,
#3
It really does not matter if it's greater than 16-bit, just to clear that up. Higher would be better, actually.

Here is a whole list of Texas Instruments' Digital Signal Processors. To tell the truth, I don't know much about these. How would I figure out if one has the ability to change pitch?

http://focus.ti.com/dsp/docs/dsphome.tsp?sectionId=46&DCMP=TIHomeTracking&HQS=Other+OT+home_p_dsp
#4
Quote by MrRoboto2000

How would I figure out if one has the ability to change pitch?

All of them... just fill them up with the program for the job. You should ask around
on pages specialized in DSP programming to get more info. Someone's done the job allready I'm sure.
#5
I hope you know that more bits the chips has, the more pins you're gonna have to solder on your PCB... Unless you use a surface mount unit with a commercially designed board, of course !