RADCASTle: Really Awesome Digitally
Controlled Analog Synthesis Tool, limited edition
The RADCASTle is a
monophonic synthesizer using analog
sound-generating circuitry driven by a microcontroller.
This was a ECE4007 Senior Design Project
at Georgia Tech in the Fall 2008 semester.
The team members were Robert Estelle, Logan Snow, Hoan To, and Greg Hartl.
The team was advised by
Prof. Aaron Lanterman.
The analog boards were purchased from Ray Wilson of
From Outer Space.
The team developed custom boards to
interface the various analog synth boards
with a PIC microcontroller through digital-to-analog converters.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.
- Main report (PDF)
- Report appendices (PDF)
- ZIP file containing
Microsoft Word versions of above
documents, images of schematics and board layouts, Eagle files, CAM files,
and microcontroller source code
The team (from left to
right: Robert Estelle, Logan Snow, Greg Hartl, and Toan Ho):
Back of user interface: