Mini Virtual DJ

Microcomputer Systems I (ECE-3551)
Dr. Veton Kepuska
Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne FL


Author: Nicholye Balroop
Date: Fall 2012


The purpose of this project is to demonstrate proper understanding of the coursework learned by utilizing all the knowledge gained throughout the entire semester from both lectures and labs especially those involving the OMAP-L137 to implement an independent project. My project involves the implementation of a simple version of the common DJ Software Virtual DJ by creating a series of audio effects and various combinations of effects and applying them on the fly to any input sound file to the OMAP-137 Board to output a modified sound. These effects would be selected using the keyboard as a DJ Controller/input device.

Files Included


  • C Code for DM6437
  • Presentation and Report