MATRIXSYNTH: euroNES | NES Eurorack Module

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

euroNES | NES Eurorack Module


video by Corvus Prudens

"This was my final project for the Berklee College of Music's Electronic Production and Design major. The module still needs a bit of work, but hopefully it'll be actually done in a month or two. It's been a crazy ride!

There's at least one major simplification in this video: I did not mention the DMC channel at all. It's a bit more challenging to implement, so I haven't gotten to it yet. However, for the final product, it will definitely be implemented, since you can do some really cool stuff with it.

Another note: probably a better high-performance MCU to bring up would be the STM32. Why wouldn't I use it? Well, because then I can't make my own CPU. That's no fun. Okay, for real though, while this project may not necessarily need an FPGA, I have other ideas that more or less do. It was definitely a great way to get comfortable with the process.

Here's the link to the documentation for my language, Corvassembly:
https://corvusprudens.github.io/Corva...

00:00​ -- Intro
01:10​ -- Design Process
02:33​ -- Technical Details
05:52​ -- Module Software
07:18​ -- Future plans
07:45​ -- Conclusion
08:20​ -- Music Demo"

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