OpenDSP is a Realtime Operational System aimed for audio and video Digital Signal Processing on embeded devices like raspberry or headless personal computers.
OpenDSP Service is a Framework to create DSP gears that can fully interface with any MIDI or OSC compilant device. The source code are in python and is avaliable at: https://github.com/midilab/opendspd/
The OpenDSP OS and Service together gives you the power to emulate a lot of different expensive proprietary DSP machines or to create your self a new one for your needs.
Achieve professional realtime low-latency audio and video processing on low budget computers!
OpenDSP is Good for:
- Audio and Video Producers
- Video Art Producers and Performers
- Multimedia Interactive Instalations
- Theatre Sound Technicians
- DSP Students and Researches
You can, for example, emulate a legendary Akai MPC or a Yamaha DX7 synthesizer, you can use it as as DJ system with or without vinyl timecode support. You can use it as a effect box and emulate classics like Roland Space Echo delay machine. You can use it as a mixing platform with support to the most common daily audio engeneering tools like compressors, limiters, expanders, multiband equalizers and so on...
The opensource community gives you a very huge number of different applications that
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OpenDSP application is a sub-set of N applications with a predefined state relation between then called Mod.
A Mod can have any number of applications and audio/video connections between then as far as you processor can handle it all.
By merging different applications you can achieve different kinda of DSP tasks to use as a standalone dedicated audio/video gear in an automated way via MIDI and OSC protocols or via common mouse/keyboard and monitor desktop station.
You can write your own Mod with a very few lines of configuration, just check some examples at mod/ directory of user data partition.
Examples can be found inside data/ directory.
App main interface
By making use of Mod config files you can define your own with a few lines of configuration
On the above example you setup a standalone tracker with visualization responds to audio on your screen and a keyboard used as a midi controller to play some sunvox synthesizers.
[app1] name: sunvox-lofi path: /projects/sunvox/ project: Transient - Can It Be Beautiful.sunvox display: virtual midi_input: "opendsp:1" audio_output: "opendsp:1, opendsp:2" [app2] name: lebiniou path: /projects/lebiniou/ args: -x 640 -y 480 project: "opendsp,opendsp2" display: native audio_input: "sunvox:1, sunvox:2" [app3] name: input2midi path: /projects/input2midi/ project: inputtomidi.json midi_output: "opendsp:1"
Ecosystem DSP applications
You can create Mods ussing the following opensource applications ecosystem:
- modular synthesis
- modular programming
- audio plugins
410 audio plugins, from effects to classic synthesizer emulations