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Music Synthesizer Design

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  1. Christopher Boyd Ki Shin Electrical & Computer Engineering University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN 37996-2100 cboyd11@utk.edu kshin1@utk.edu Music Synthesizer Design

  2. Description for System Requirements Specifications with I/O Block Work Plan 1. Individual Work Christopher : Piano and Scale Part Ki : Memory and FSM Part 2. Cooperate Work Start Co-Work When 1’st Piano & Memory Controller Design is Ready Due by 11/12 : Finish Demo with Single Scale & Song Due by 12/02 : Finish Demo with Multiple Scale & Songs Summary and Conclusions OUTLINE OF THIS PROPOSAL

  3. Lists of Requirements – 4 Part Harmony Synthesizer System Requirements

  4. Block Diagram Specificationswith I/O Block Memory Controller Christopher Boyd Ki Shin Specify Music File Switch (0~7) Speaker Synthesizer Display Button (0~3) Change Scale

  5. Christopher Boyd Initial Objectives Each button will correspond to a specific octave. The synthesizer will take the music file and output the music in the specified octave to the speaker. PWM will be used for the audio output. (2) Secondary Objectives Playing multiple octaves at once. Extra: Playing the music at different tempos. Display note currently being played. Work Plan1. Individual Work

  6. Ki Shin Basic Function (2)Extra Function Work Plan1. Individual Work

  7. Co-Work Start Date - Expected Date : 11/02 (After Basic Function is Ready) 11/12 - 1’st Due for the Basic Deadline Prepare Demo with Single Scale & Song 12/02 – 2’nd Due for the Final Deadline Prepare Demo with Multiple Scales & Songs Work Plan2. Cooperate Work

  8. The initial goal of this project is to synthesize music with four-part harmony. This will require being able to play notes in four different octaves as well as a memory controller to store the song data. Extra hardware is required to play music with the Spartan-3 Starter Kit. Therefore, we [will use Spartan-3A Board to support PWM audio output from the FPGA.] SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS