Could you add ESP32-A1S support?

I’m reviewing DaisyDuino. This is a very nice project and library.
But I could not use the library for ESP32-A1S.

The features of this card are as follows:

  1. There are also modules such as Wi-Fi, bluetooth.
  2. There is ES8388 audio codec with 24-bit 96KHZ ADC and DAC modules.
  3. The main chip uses a low-power dual-core 32-bit CPU with a main frequency of up to 240MHz and a computing capacity of up to 600DMIPS
  4. Supports two MIC input and Linein input
  5. Built-in 520KB SRAM, external 8M PSRAM
  6. Supports firmware upgrade (FOTA)

The price of this module is also cheap and can be programmed with Arduino.

Is it possible to add support for the ESP32-A1S to the library?

DaisyDuino is an Arduino-compatible port of libDaisy. libDaisy is designed specifically for Daisy hardware. To add support to other hardware, most of the low-level code should be re-written and extended. I doubt folks from Electro-smith would be adding support for 3rd party chips any time soon.