Proto Pedal Example: Programmable Digital Pedal
Having assembled the Proto Pedal in the Proto Pedal Assembly Guide, we’d like to continue by actually building an effect circuit on the board. This time around, we'll be putting a Teensy 3.2 and Audio Adapter in the pedal. The Teensy Audio library contains a bunch of building blocks that you can use to create a custom digital signal processing pedal. Rather than a single effect, you can reprogram the Teensy to create new sound effects.
- If you're here, we'll assume that you're familiar with the Proto Pedal Assembly and Theory guide.
- This project also assumes that you're familiar with the Teensy Audio Library.
- In parallel with this guide, you might also be interested in some information about preparing the Proto Pedal chassis.