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which DSP is suitable for nonlinear processing?

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Hi

Can anyone tell me which DSP is suitable for application in guitar effects?

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For general audio application customary as a rule use float-point DSP.
From all moderne and available DSP-family draw your attention to C672x cheap (but not bad) DSP-family
Additional advantage for amateur: C672x are available in planal (no BGA) package.
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https://www-s.ti.com/sc/ds/tms320c6726.pdf
 

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thanks for your kindly help!
but, can i use any 2xxx or 5xxx dsp?
since my final year project's budget is quite limited..
 

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The 5xxx and 2xxx are fixed point DSPs. Fixed point can also perform floating point operations by software emulation, which is of course slower. But for a guitar
effects a 100MHz TMS320C5402 should be quite ok. :D
 

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