Audio Playback Interface
Simulate audio output device on a hardware board
SoC Blockset / Peripherals
The Audio Playback Interface block simulates the behavior of an audio output device. The block receives audio samples as messages from a connected Audio Playback block that simulates audio driver code connected to your algorithm.
data — Audio data frame
M-element vector | M-by-C matrix
When the block receives a single audio channel, the audio data frame is an M-element vector from a simulated hardware audio output. The Samples per frame parameter defines the number of samples, M, of audio data. When the block receives multiple audio channels, the audio data frame is an M-by-C matrix, where C is specified by the Number of channels parameter.
To enable this port, set the Output parameter to
To output port.
Output — Output type
To terminator (default) |
To output port
Specify if the block acts as a terminator, similar to the Terminator block, or produces data to an output port.
Number of channels — Number of data channels
2 (default) | positive integer
Specify the number of audio channels, C, sent to the audio device. This number must match the Number of channels parameter in the Audio Playback block.
Samples per frame — Size of data vector read from audio device
4410 (default) | positive scalar integer
Specify the number of samples per frame, M, of audio data.
Sample time — Sample time in seconds
-1 (default) | positive scalar
Enter the sample time to be used by the timer-driven task subsystem when you clear the Enable event-based execution parameter.
C/C++ Code Generation
Generate C and C++ code using Simulink® Coder™.
To automatically generate C code for your design, and execute on an SoC device, use the SoC Builder tool. To generate and execute C code for your SoC models, Embedded Coder® features are required. For more information on generating code for SoC designs, see Generate SoC Design.
Embedded Coder does not generate code for this block. In the generated code, the advanced Linux sound architecture (ALSA) driver framework performs audio output on the device. The related Audio Playback block represents the ALSA driver. For more information on the ALSA driver framework, see the Advanced Linux Sound Architecture website.