SMARTWAV - Intelligent Embedded Stereo Audio Processor Unit

Presentation:

This page presents a library to use a SMARTWAV intelligent embedded audio processor from Vizic Technologies: the easiest way to add High Quality Stereo Sound to any project: http://www.vizictechnologies.com/#!smartwav/c118s

The Audio module features are:

  • Pre-Amplified Dual channel Stereo Out with 8/16bit, stereo/mono, and up to 48khz sampling rate, CD quality.
  • Integrated Digital Volume Control with 255 steps.
  • Long file names and folder management support.
  • Serial mode or Stand-alone mode.
  • On board stereo 3.5mm plug for headphones, or line out.
  • Play speed control: 0.5X, 1X, 1.5X and 2X. (Fast Forward).
  • Easy 5 pin interface to any host device: VCC, TX, RX, GND, RESET.
  • On-board uSD/uSDHC memory card socket with FAT (windows PC), Support up to 32GB for storing thousands of songs/audio WAVE files. No need of special/rare file format.
  • Sleep mode.
  • Active out pin for led indicator.
  • Input pin for mode selection: VCC-serial, GND-stand-alone.
  • 9600 standard Baud Rate speed, 8 bits, no parity, 1 stop bit.
  • 5V and 3V3 I/O compatible.
  • 3V3 power supply, ultra-low current consumption.
  • Compatible with any microcontroller (8051, pic, AVR, ARM, mbed, FPGAs, Arduino, PC) and development boards with a UART.

SMARTWAV Images:

SMARTWAV explained

Connecting the SMARTWAV:

  • You will need to power the Audio module with 3.3V.
  • I/O pins are 3.3V I/O and 5V tolerant for serial communication.
  • If you use an external power source, make sure the Arduino ground and external power ground are linked otherwise the serial commands will not be received correctly by the screen.
  • Use one pin for reseting the module(optional).

SmartWAV Typical connections...

-Serial Mode:

-Stand-Alone Mode(no controller needed):

SMARTWAV Arduino Library:

  • You can download the SMARTWAV Arduino Library here.

  • Unzip the file, place in your Arduino libraries folder, re-start the Arduino IDE, now you're ready to enjoy.

Just insert the

#include <SMARTWAV.h> //Create our object

in your main sketch and create the object: SMARTWAV sWav; //Create the object

Example Code:

//main
#include <SMARTWAV.h>  //include the SMARTWAV library!

SMARTWAV sWav;         //create our object called sWAV (smartWAV)

void setup() {     //initial setup
  //Those two functions must always be called for SMARTWAV support
  sWav.init();     //configure the serial and pinout of arduino board for SMARTWAV support
  sWav.reset();    //perform an initial reset  
}

void loop() {             //main loop
 char playList[50];       //array that stores all the microSD card audio files 
 char folders[50];        //array that stores all the microSD card folders/Dirs 
 char songName[10];       //array that stores the audio file name

 while(1){                          //loop forever
  sWav.playTracks();                //Play any audio track stored on the microSD card root path
  delay(2000);                      /let it play some seconds                             
  sWav.pausePlay();                 //Pause track 
  delay(2000);                      //let it play some seconds
  sWav.pausePlay();                 //resume track 
  delay(2000);                      //let it play some seconds
  sWav.rewindTrack();               //rewind track
  delay(2000);                      //let it play some seconds
  sWav.nextTrack();                 //jump to next track
  delay(2000);                      //let it play some seconds
  sWav.stopTrack();                 //stop playing track
  sWav.playTrackName("lovers");     //play track named "Lovers" stored on the microSD card
  wait(20000);                      //let it play some seconds
  sWav.getFileName(name);           //get current playing song name
  sWav.stopTrack();                 //stop track
  sWav.getFolderList(folders);      //get folder list on microSD card
  sWav.getFileList(playList);       //get audio files/song list on microSD card  
  sWav.setFolder("Rock");           //enter "Rock" folder
  sWav.playTracks();                //Play any audio track stored on the microSD card 0:/Rock/ path
  sWav.playSpeed(TWOX);             //set play speed to 2X
  sWav.continuousPlay(ENABLE);      //enable continuous play
 }
}

Videos:

SMARTWAV as Audio Player - (Stand-Alone Mode)

More soon will be uploaded...

Demos & Source Code:

All the Source Code of those videos, and many other examples could be downloaded from HERE.

Notes:

  • Examples could be downloaded here.
  • Feel free to use the library!

SMARTWAV board:

  • The SMARTGPU board could be obtained from HERE.

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