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Post by pheops » Thu Jan 21, 2010 3:46 pm

do the buttons represent a keyboard?

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Post by Cat-A-Tonic » Thu Jan 21, 2010 6:02 pm

theglyph wrote:
wetterberg wrote:(it looks like it's missing a bit to anchor the fourth corner of the pcb (the corner with the buttons) to the front panel... :hmm: )
I was thinking the same thing. Possible design flaw? :deadbanana:
Look again, there appears to be an 'anchor' hole just to the right of the far left button, and another in the center-bottom.
That should make it plenty sturdy.

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Post by SOFTWIRE » Thu Jan 21, 2010 6:12 pm

(it looks like it's missing a bit to anchor the fourth corner of the pcb (the corner with the buttons) to the front panel... )

the board isnt fully built in the picture and there are standoffs that hold that corner of the board to the panel.

So the module pictured is the brain of a sequencer. it has voltage control of what bits are being output on a certain bit line.

so
out1-A
out2-B
out3-C = normal forward count
out4-D


out1-D
out2-C
out3-B = reverse count
out4-A

and all possible counts in between. plus a bunch of other really cool things that ill demo when the prototype is finished. i still have to order the output boards though.

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Post by amnesia » Thu Jan 21, 2010 10:02 pm

is it a cake? I'm hungry

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Post by worker8 » Fri Jan 22, 2010 7:56 am

amnesia wrote:is it a cake? I'm hungry
Beware : the cake is a lie.
SOFTWIRE wrote:the board isnt fully built in the picture and there are standoffs that hold that corner of the board to the panel.

So the module pictured is the brain of a sequencer. it has voltage control of what bits are being output on a certain bit line.

so
out1-A
out2-B
out3-C = normal forward count
out4-D


out1-D
out2-C
out3-B = reverse count
out4-A

and all possible counts in between. plus a bunch of other really cool things that ill demo when the prototype is finished. i still have to order the output boards though.

Lance
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Sorry I don't understand ...
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Is it supposed to control independant rows ? Feeding different clocks or something like that ?

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Post by theglyph » Fri Jan 22, 2010 8:02 am

If you look closely at the PCB's the shadows on the the table don't make sense. It's a photoshop. This could be the Bahn Sage of the modular world. :hihi:

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Post by BugBrand » Fri Jan 22, 2010 8:07 am

theglyph wrote:If you look closely at the PCB's the shadows on the the table don't make sense. It's a photoshop. This could be the Bahn Sage of the modular world. :hihi:
Who shot JFK again?

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Post by theglyph » Fri Jan 22, 2010 8:28 am

BugBrand wrote:Who shot JFK again?
Well of course the CIA did! In fact I believe the CIA has notice the recent upsurge in Euro module popularity and is attempting to try to restore the American MU standard!

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Post by D/A A/D » Thu Feb 04, 2010 6:01 am

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