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Credit for the structural design of the voice chain goes to Tom Wiltshire. I have merely implemented his idea in Verilog code. Thanks for this most definately goes to Tom.

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Verilog, designed for Spartan-3E SK, certainly adaptable for others.

8 Voice 2 Operator FM MIDI Polysynth

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16 Voice 8 Operator FM MIDI Polysynth

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8vFM-2x4 is an 8 voice two operator FM MIDI polysynth. Each voice is comprised of 4 FM sound generators which can be individually tuned, configured and modulated.

The main reason I wanted to do this project was for bells and chimes. I had heard that FM is good for them. I had tried doing them with a linear arithmetic synth design (GateManPoly/8), but bells and chimes were lackluster in that synth.

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A Verilog FPGA DSP design.

May 18, 2009, at 08:16 PM by 72.67.68.177 -
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Author: Scott Gravenhorst

Verilog, designed for Spartan-3E SK, certainly adaptable for others.

8 Voice 2 Operator FM MIDI Polysynth

Description:

8vFM-2x4 is an 8 voice two operator FM MIDI polysynth. Each voice is comprised of 4 FM sound generators which can be individually tuned, configured and modulated.

The main reason I wanted to do this project was for bells and chimes. I had heard that FM is good for them. I had tried doing them with a linear arithmetic synth design (GateManPoly/8), but bells and chimes were lackluster in that synth.