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Sibilla DSP platform

Sibilla is a digital stereo oscillator based on a DSP platform that can easily be updated via USB without the need for external programs. During its development we had to take so many decision in terms of signal routing, compromise stuff to achieve more playability, and many times we were forced to choose only one great idea from the many cool possibility we had in mind. So, why not gradually releasing alternative firmwares to the original one?

You can find the official Sibilla firmware on our GitHub page together with detailed instructions for updates and hacking process; of course, also the future alternative firmwares will be there.

You can also use our dedicated Sibilla Web programmer to easily update your module with the newest firmware.

WANT TO WRITE YOUR OWN FIRMWARE? YOU CAN! Sibilla is based on the Patch Submodule,
 a DSP platform for eurorack synthesizers created by Electrosmith

You can experiment with new codes and ideas and restore the Clatters official firmware whenever you want with a few clicks.

To work on your new creation, you can use LibDaisy, an hardware abstraction library made by Electrosmith.
Everything you need is also available on our GitHub and you can use this forum for questions about your work.

And you know what’s cool? This is not all about coding!

The very first Sibilla audio prototype was made in PureData: an open source visual programming language for multimedia.
This means: you can also upload your PureData patches to your Sibilla!
To do that you have use some dedicated utilities for converting PureData (Vanilla) patches to Daisy projects. More on that also on our GitHub.

Please consider that our support service can only help you in case of troubles uploading Clatters official firmwares. If it’s about problem using libDaisy and pd2dsy, you can ask on the forum linked above: it’s full of good people that can probably help you!

Sibilla DSP platform

Sibilla is a DSP platform that can easily be updated via USB without the need for external programs. During its development we had to take so many decision in terms of signal routing, compromise stuff to achieve more playability, and many times we were forced to choose only one great idea from the many cool possibility we had in mind. So, why not gradually releasing alternative firmwares to the original one?

You can find our official Sibilla firmware on our GitHub page and of course, also the future alternative firmwares will be there.

You can also use our dedicated Sibilla Web programmer to easily update your module with the newest firmware.

 

WANT TO WRITE YOUR OWN FIRMWARE? YOU CAN! Sibilla is based on the Patch Submodule, a DSP platform for eurorack synthesizers created by Electrosmith

You can experiment with new codes and ideas and restore the Clatters official firmware whenever you want with a few clicks. You can find all the needed hardware information on our GitHub.

To work on your new creation, you can use LibDaisy, an hardware abstraction library made by Electrosmith.
Everything you need is available here (libDaisy GitHub) and you can use this forum for questions about your work.

And you know what’s cool? This is not all about coding!

The very first Sibilla audio prototype was made in PureData: an open source visual programming language for multimedia.
This means: you can also upload your PureData patches to your Sibilla!
To do that you have to use pd2dsy: a dedicated utility for converting PureData (Vanilla) patches to Daisy projects.

Please consider that our support service can only help you in case of troubles uploading Clatters official firmwares. If it’s about problem using libDaisy and pd2dsy, you can ask on the forum linked above: it’s full of good people that can probably help you!