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Friday Product Post: Super Tsunami!

Today we bring you a new WAV Trigger and an Edison Block you won't have any issues breaking.

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Hello, everyone! Welcome to another Friday Product Post. If you read our blog post from yesterday, you’ll know that we have (again) teamed up with Jamie Robertson of Robertsonics to create the new Tsunami Super WAV Trigger! We are very pleased to be releasing this product, and we hope you’ll love using it! We also have a new/old version of our Raspberry Pi Edison Block with added headers. Let’s jump in and see what we have.

It’s a Tsunami WAV!

Tsunami Super WAV Trigger


The Tsunami Super WAV Trigger is the next evolutionary step beyond the original WAV Trigger.

Based on a new-generation ARM Cortex m7, the Tsunami extends polyphony to 32 mono or 18 stereo simultaneous, uncompressed, 44.1kHz, 16-bit tracks. Each track can start, pause, resume, loop and stop independently — and have its own volume setting, allowing you to create the perfect interactive mix of music, dialog and sound effects. The Tsunami also supports true seamless looping over an arbitrary track length.

The big news is that the Tsunami has eight audio output channels, arranged as either eight mono or four stereo pairs.

SparkFun Block for Intel® Edison - Raspberry Pi B (with Headers)


This is a Ding and Dent version of our Raspberry Pi B Block for the Intel® Edison. This block has headers pre-soldered on, which means we were not able to test the board at all due to the headers being attached. We cannot guarantee that this Edison Block even works, but we knew some of you out there would still love the opportunity to get your hands on it and experiment.

As a reminder, the entire Edison block line received a massive price cut last week. Be sure to check out all of the options.

That’s it for this week, folks. We hope you have a great weekend, creating some great projects. We’ll see you back here next Friday with even more new products. Believe us when we say you won’t want to miss it!

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