Tools speed development of audio applications -

Tools speed development of audio applications


Product designers working with CEVA’s X2 and BX families of audio and voice DSPs can now use DSP Concepts’ Audio Weaver and TalkTo software tools to streamline embedded software development for high-end sound applications, such as intelligent voice-enabled devices.

Audio Weaver is a graphical configuration tool that allows fast development of DSP software, while eliminating the need for native coding and kernel optimization. It helps design, debug, and tune audio processing flows in real time, slashing product development time by as much as 90%, according to DSP Concepts.

Complementing Audio Weaver is TalkTo, is a suite of machine learning and microphone processing algorithms that provides a quiet-room experience in noisy, unpredictable spaces. It serves as a far-field voice front-end that leverages Audio Weaver for easy integration and tuning.

Together with CEVA’s audio and voice DSPs, these products enable product makers to exploit the processing performance of the DSP engine and create unique audio and voice features to differentiate their products. CEVA-X2 and CEVA-BX processors are well-suited for power-constrained audio/voice use cases and have been adopted in SoCs for smartphones, smart speakers, voice assistants, and action cameras.

“Our collaboration with DSP Concepts brings the benefits of their Audio Weaver tool to our customers, providing an impressive design environment to build out even the most complex audio and voice use cases, in minimal time,” said Moshe Sheier, Vice President of Marketing at CEVA. “We’re already receiving excellent feedback from our joint customers and look forward to expanding our partnership as audio and voice adoption in the everyday products that surround us continue to grow.”

>> This article was originally published on our sister site, EEWeb:”Audio Development Tools Team with CEVA Audio/Voice DSPs.”

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