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How to make the Atari Punk Console
Auduino (Lo-fi Synth for arduino)
I can see in the video that the first 2 knobs are tempo and pitch but curious to know what the other 2 do
How to make and use the arduino as an Isp for an ATtiny 45/85
Arduino Step Sequencer
Chaos Nand Synth
Hi ! pots going in serial or parallel ? only works 1 at time.
Apologies I'm a noob whatsingnal are you sending to the ardunio from you compute?Cheers - Jackdabass
From the man himself:https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/auduino/Da...Anything between 1K and 50K. I've built two of these and the only difference the resistance makes is the range of control. 5K to 10K is a pretty good level of control. Any higher and you'll find yourself making tiny little movements and skipping over large chunks of the scale. I may try one of those multi-turn pots in the future if I'm ever bored enough. - matsugawa
Thanks, man! @matsugawa ((: - anthraxvini
Hasn't a good look yet but i'm on it, Thanks c:
I could use a potentiometer of 10k instead of 5k (it's just that I have here)?
Same issue. I can only get the frequency swipe but none of the others work or seem to do anything. I've tried every wire combination but only one controls. Did you figure this out?
The Leonardo has no Timer2 so most sketches you find on the internet including this one that use this Timer won't work.
Huge fan of this project. Question though, if I wanted to upgrade the speaker, not really aiming for sound quality as much as volume, how would I go about doing so? As you can tell I'm quite new. Really appreciate any tips though.
Do you think this would work with 100k ohm pots?
For some reason I can only get one knob to do anythin of the 4, anyone else with this issue?
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