Step 3: Building the Circuit

Follow the diagram and put your circuit together in an orderly fashion. Depending on how much space you have inside of your joystick you may really need to squeeze things together, but I have found that in most cases there is plenty of room. Keep in mind that S1, S2, R1, R2, R3, and R4 are mounted on the case of the joystick and not on the circuit board.
Congratulations on a well deserved grand prize! Great job!
thanks everyone!
Congratulations! Grand prize winner!
Congratulations on being a finalist in the DIY Audio Contest!! Good luck to you!
If anyone in the Chicago land area is interested in using this for live shows or for any sort of music thing I would be happy to give one of these to you (although they are pretty easy to make on your own), all i would ask in return is that you vote on it and that if you do anything with it such as a video or a live performance you let me know.
just send me a message if you're interested. I'm not a musician I just like making things.
Very nice build.
That's cool and would be highly useful, although I also like its shape.
Nice deffo good for live performance
That would be fun for live performance :)

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Bio: I am currently an electrical engineering student with a passion for all forms of fabrication. And I am working as a finish carpenter.
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