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Mostin77
Plenty of really good stuff here for the electronics side of things...I’m feeling a bit overwhelmed!
So I’ve been building kits now for a little while and have decided to learn a bit more about electronics so I can understand how the circuits work (hopefully). I’m currently going through the online course that was posted here along with some forest mims books and random searches for data sheets etc on the internet.
One thing I know is I hate breadboarding, it seems really fiddly and I soon lose track of what’s going on. I’m guessing there is some software that would do the same but in the software realm? Any recommendations?
What about all the other parts of the diy? Panel and PCB design? I think I’m ready to get into learning how to design my own circuits, pcbs and panels. Any pointers for resources for those would be much appreciated.
KurtP
Wow, this is a great list for someone who is just getting into DIY. Thanks for all these resources! Because of this list, I've got up the courage to get a MFOS PCB and have ordered the parts I need for my first project. It's peanut butter jelly time!
aabbcc
Any good resources for calibrating and troubleshooting synths? I.e Something that talks about how to properly use an oscilloscope (got a rigol ds1054z) since I think my re-303 is sound a bit weird due too improper calibration
justin0xffffff
this is awesome! Thank you!
sbmani
finally snagged a copy of allen strange's book via PDF >> happy to share via private message, this just shot up in popularity thanks to make noise
GilgaFrank
Excellent discussion of several classic DCO designs

GilgaFrank
Analog Devices delivering a series of videos on filter design. This is a playlist so don't stop after the first one!

ericzbd
And here I was thinking I would have to buy a $200 book to learn this stuff Rockin' Banana!
OVILSKY
Very helpful ! Thanks
Flamil
This is old but a gold mine!
Mostin77
Anyone know of any decent audio books or podcasts for learning this sort of thing?
retoid
I've been putting together a spreadsheet to consolidate some audio electronics DIY information/resources.

Electrical Audio & Synthesizer DIY Learning Resource Hub
djthopa
retoid wrote:
I've been putting together a spreadsheet to consolidate some audio electronics DIY information/resources.

Electrical Audio & Synthesizer DIY Learning Resource Hub


Thanks a lot for this! Rockin' Banana!
francescopaolomollo
Hi,
I'm quite new to this and I'm really bad with schematics.
Could please someone help me with this simple schematic?
Would be perfect to see how it works on breadboard or even a "simple" draw

Many Thanks in advance
Ikben
Roycie Roller wrote:
Holy crap, i just stumbled across this goldmine-

http://www.educypedia.be/electronics/analog.htm


That is now a 404 (July 2018).
rompler808
Ikben wrote:
Roycie Roller wrote:
Holy crap, i just stumbled across this goldmine-

http://www.educypedia.be/electronics/analog.htm


That is now a 404 (July 2018).


Archive.org has a record of that page with links intact:
Electronic course material, Analog electronics
PlusMinus
Whouw, this is awesome, how deep is this rabit hole?
dub halley
Hi All
Thanks a lot for this wonderful thread !!!! applause
Very cool stuff !
johnstilton
A lot of the older links are unsurprisingly broken such as a lot of the technical articles by Ken Stone which seem to be held in high esteem here.

After a lot of pecking I found a meta-archive of a lot of the CGS designs here:

http://www.elby-designs.com/webtek/cgs/cgs.htm

Does anyone else know where some more of the scholarly articles may be archived?
johnstilton
Some interesting articles and examples I have also found that I didn’t see in this thread, including an article about CEM/SMM ICs:

https://electricdruid.net/category/projects/
Revok
The CGS stuff can all be found on archive.org. https://web.archive.org/web/20150315062321/http://www.cgs.synth.net:80  /

Here's a couple other good ones if you haven't seen them yet:
https://www.birthofasynth.com/index.html
https://www.schmitzbits.de/
dub halley
johnstilton wrote:
Does anyone else know where some more of the scholarly articles may be archived?

Hi
it's not exactly scholarly articles, but, it's a fantastic goldmine of resource which explain what happen in electronic circuit ....

No math formulas just see what happen with voltage, current and resistor in real time.
And you can change all the value to understand what happen ....

It s wonderful !! nanners
Thank you J3RK for the link ! thumbs up

falstad

J3RK wrote:
http://www.falstad.com/circuit/e-index.html

This one is interesting. Can't remember where I found it, (probably here somewhere.)
dub halley
Another link to learn ... w00t
http://www.co-bw.com/Index_DIY_Synth.htm#learning
ashleym
Not for every beginner! I had a search for Lockhart here and I couldn't find anything so I thought I would post this

Serge Lockhart wavefolder analysis
tuttlerecall
ashleym wrote:
Not for every beginner! I had a search for Lockhart here and I couldn't find anything so I thought I would post this

Serge Lockhart wavefolder analysis


I was about to ask if anyone anything on wavefolding and this looks like a good place to start. Thanks.
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