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BMC001 / Simple CV Quantizer in Euro
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Author BMC001 / Simple CV Quantizer in Euro

p3t0r

Recently built the quantizer from Barton Musical Circuits. Designed a panel to make it fit into my eurorack.

First panel I did myself, so fingers crossed... but quite pleased with the results. Panel is 4hp, but I have 3mm bleed on the left side of it. Just fit it next to a module with some spare room.

Anyway... here are some pics and the FDP file:





Front Design file


frequencycentral

Cool! I've got 2 of these that I have yet to build, I'll be stealing your layout tips for sure.... thumbs up


valis

For some reason I never got mine to work. Simple circuit but no go. It's possible something is wrong with the PIC chip. Sadly, I'm using mine as a bias at this point 'cause all it does for me is put out 5v.


limpmeat

this looks really interesting.


thanatronique

Very cool!


Barcode

My front panel showed up today. I think it turned out pretty darn good!



p3t0r thanks for posting your FDP file.... I've working on the ticks around the pots for a while and you made it super easy. thumbs up


regenbot

looking good. I have one these waiting to be built, might order second one just because of this panel.


hpsounds

Barcode wrote:
My front panel showed up today. I think it turned out pretty darn good!



p3t0r thanks for posting your FDP file.... I've working on the ticks around the pots for a while and you made it super easy. thumbs up

Would you mind sharing your "corrected" FDP file ? It would be nice we're not worthy hyper

Hédi K.


mckenic

Just spotted this via the other thread! MAN it looks GREAT!

Read the pdf and it looks like it could be straight forward to do, anything fiddly? Like that thingy about 5v? Any issues hooking up to 12v?

Would love to do a dual too! Really, really cool mate thumbs up


Barcode

mckenic wrote:
Just spotted this via the other thread! MAN it looks GREAT!

Read the pdf and it looks like it could be straight forward to do, anything fiddly? Like that thingy about 5v? Any issues hooking up to 12v?

Would love to do a dual too! Really, really cool mate thumbs up


I run mine off of 12 volts. I was told it can run on 15v as well.


Barcode

Hey folks. I just put together a 6HP version of these for a friend and I must say they turned out pretty nice. thumbs up

I also attached the FPD file this time.




diablojoy

Quote:
For some reason I never got mine to work. Simple circuit but no go. It's possible something is wrong with the PIC chip. Sadly, I'm using mine as a bias at this point 'cause all it does for me is put out 5v.


Valis check your power going in if you have one of the early boards- the pins changed when the board rev did which caught me out as well the old docs were removed so by the time i built mine i went off the wrong documentation end result is you get nothing but 5volts out
worked out ok in the end all 8 that i built suffered no damage and are now working fine


thanatronique

Barcode wrote:
Hey folks. I just put together a 6HP version of these for a friend and I must say they turned out pretty nice. thumbs up

I also attached the FPD file this time.



Very nice, thanks for this.


asterisk

can i ask how much it cost to make one of those panels?
from front panel express or something?
they look good. id like to get one.


Barcode

asterisk wrote:
can i ask how much it cost to make one of those panels?
from front panel express or something?
they look good. id like to get one.


Yes, I had it made at Front Panel Express.

The silver with black infill was about $37.00. I thought it was a bit spendy but my friend didn't care.

If you do other colors with no infill you're looking at about $28.00.


mOBiTh

I've also built two, minus the pots. roll on payday!


mikecameron

I'd like to build a couple of these, can anyone comment on the actual performance of the module?


Barcode

mikecameron wrote:
I'd like to build a couple of these, can anyone comment on the actual performance of the module?


I am very happy with mine. From what I can hear it hits all of the scales right on. If you haven't seen what scales it uses.....

STANDARD BANK
1.Bypass - Inputted voltage is outputted
2.Major - Root, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
3.Minor - Root, 2nd, flat 3rd, 4th, 5th, flat 6th, flat 7th
4.Major Pentatonic - Root, 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 6th
5.Minor Pentatonic - Root, flat 3rd, 4th, 5th, flat 7th
6.Blues Scale Root, flat 3rd, 4th, flat 5th, 5th, flat 7th
7.Whole Tone - Root, 2nd, 3rd, flat 5th, flat 6th, flat 7th
8.Chromatic - All 12 notes

OCTAVE BANK
1.Bypass - Inputted voltage is outputted
2.Octave - Root
3.Octave and Fifth - Root, 5th
4.Octave and Flat Fifth - Root, flat 5th
5.Major Arppegio - Root, 3rd, 5th
6.Minor Arppegio - Root, flat 3rd, 5th
7.Dominant Arppegio - Root, 3rd, 5th, flat 7th
8.Chromatic

I will say that I use the Major setting most of time.


asterisk

I love my dual. it works as advertised.


asterisk

can someone upload the FPD for the 4HP version?
thanks!


Barcode

asterisk wrote:
can someone upload the FPD for the 4HP version?
thanks!



asterisk

thanks a bunch!
i just tweaked the file a little bit to make it slightly cheaper and just ordered one. itll be nice to have a real panel for this thing!

has anyone built the barton CV arpeggiator yet?
ill probably need to make a panel for that at some point.
im thinking of doing the full / deluxe version of that module.


asterisk

got my FPE panel for my barton dual quantizer in the mail the other day.
i made some slight changes to the text / font.
and i got the bronze color panel, the picture doesnt really do it justice.
it looks great!



thanks again for sharing your FPE file with us all![/img]


HueMonContact

I'm working on my dual quantizer as soon as I get everything in the mail.
Here's the ruff mockup of 6hp panel design. I'm going to clean it up so I can get this thing into the real world in the next week or 2.



@asterisk: I'm planning on working on a panel design for the CV arpeggiator... the deluxe version of that module seems like it would be a real winner!


cleaninglady

asterisk wrote:
thanks a bunch!
i just tweaked the file a little bit to make it slightly cheaper and just ordered one. itll be nice to have a real panel for this thing!

has anyone built the barton CV arpeggiator yet?
ill probably need to make a panel for that at some point.
im thinking of doing the full / deluxe version of that module.


Hey asterisk , could you let me know what it ended up costing for the slightly cheaper 4HP panel.

I've never use FPE but i'd like to get this one happening at some point.

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