The FX8010, is a DSP architecture, designed for realtime audio effects, designed by E-mu, around their E-mu 10K1 chip. One key feature of the architecture, is not providing any branching instructions, but rather running the whole program in a sample locked constant loop, i.e. a constant number of instructions is executed per sample. Instructions are given conditional execution flag in similar to some RISC processors (notably the ARM), thus providing a constant runtime.
- kxProject documentation page - Some documentation available here
- Steve Hoge (1998-09-25). "FX8010 - A DSP Chip Architecture for Audio Effects" (ps (gz)). emu.com. pp. 1–4.
FX8010 is a DSP chip architecture specifically designed for time-domain 3D audio and effects processing.
- Thomas C. Savell (1999). "THE EMU10K1 DIGITAL AUDIO PROCESSOR" (pdf). IEEE. pp. 1–9.
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