Development Partnership
The SCOPE Technology
The Formular of the SCOPE Sound
The SCOPE DSP Hardware with sample-based precise floating-point processing allows a sound design with feedback loops, modulations and resonances, which are possible usually with analog devices only. This enables the SCOPE Plug-Ins to sound as living like solid Hardware Synthesizers, and provides you with the uncompromising Models of famous genuine Synthesizers as well as innovative and inspiring sound capabilities.
Super Harvard Architecture: SHARC®
Equipped with SHARC audio processors from Analog Devices, SCOPE DSP units deliver first class sound quality. The SHARC processor dominates the DSP market with exceptional performance and outstanding I/O throughput. Its real-time floating-point processing performs where transparency and dynamic range is key: Our algorithms at work.
From the Idea to the Product
Looking at past decades, computer technology has overhauled itself several times. Just like in genetic evolution, this is possible because successful patterns are being reused, thus speeding up a development dramatically. Sonic Core Technology uses exactly this basic principle. If you have a vision of your product, Sonic Core Technology is the key to bring it to reality. With the SCOPE Development Kit (SDK) you have an easy to use environment at hand, based on a huge library of outstanding DSP modules and algorithms. You can literally drag & drop the structures of your visionary instrument and find them set up in hardware almost instantly.
Finding the appropriate Hardware
If you are looking for the appropriate hardware for your product, we can offer a wide selection of already existing solutions, all based on the impressively powerful SHARC DSPs from Analog Devices, the world leading manufacturer for high performance signal processors. Choose the number of DSPs depending on your requirements: the more horsepower you need, the more DSPs we provide you with. If you are planning a stand-alone device, we can help both on the PCB design, as well as implementing of the casing and user interface.