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Course: VHDL audio mixer using FPGA DSP blocks

Course: VHDL audio mixer using FPGA DSP blocks

Learn to create a 4-input stereo sound mixer using VHDL and multiplier (DSP) primitives in an FPGA.

We’ll make a neat GUI in Python to control the gain factors in our hardware mixer.

Here are some things this course teaches you:

  • How to implement an audio-processing circuit using VHDL and hardware multipliers
  • Creating a derived clock with a mixed-mode clock manager (MMCM)
  • Adding Verilog modules to your VHDL design
  • Normalizing audio
  • Dealing with overflow
  • Making a self-checking testbench in Vivado

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