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RCD with longer divisions
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Joe.
Don't hesitate to get that AVR ISP if your interested into getting into AVR's, I've been using them with AVR studio for years without hassle and recommend/buy them for mates when they mention an interest in micros.

If you have time to wait, the one's from eBay (china) take about two weeks to arrive, but only cost around $25 (just make sure its the little blue jiffy box versions like in that Mouser link, the others are shit, I've tried 4 different types over the years) .
Drumdrumdrumdrum
I'm really impressed! No really. I can't understand a thing but it is all very impressive. If you had asked me the original question I would have suggested halving your main clock/tempo and double time everything else, or just seq ITB to get the job done. Not sure how productive this kind of writing process is? Still, it is minds like yours that get better code into the gear we all buy, so thank you. Keep it up. As you where.
JP
Building my second test bed RCD tonight.

Does anyone know if it's better off built as an RCD or an SCM for testing out new firmware ideas? For now I won't be using the expansion options, but it would be good to have those as an option in the future.
HueMonContact
I already have an RCD but I'm going to buy a diy version and breakout and programmer so I can join in on all the fun!
4mspedals
JP wrote:
Building my second test bed RCD tonight.

Does anyone know if it's better off built as an RCD or an SCM for testing out new firmware ideas? For now I won't be using the expansion options, but it would be good to have those as an option in the future.


For a dev board, I would definitely put all the expansion pins on the PCB and not snip any off!

The only difference in the circuit is the normalization on the second CV input jack (Reset on the RCD, or Slip on the SCM). In the RCD it's shorted to GND, and in the SCM it's tied to a voltage divider made up of two 470k resistors (providing about 2.5V reference). So really, it doesn't matter which way you build it...
4mspedals
Just a big FYI for anyone who's already watching the Clocker repository on github:

Under Doug's guidance, I re-organized the github. The new base link is:
https://github.com/4ms/

then there's separate repositories for each project:
https://github.com/4ms/RCD
https://github.com/4ms/SCM
https://github.com/4ms/TGS
https://github.com/4ms/taptempo-RCDBO
https://github.com/4ms/dinsync-SCM

The last two I'll need to provide info on the hardware (or doug could explain the Dinsync one...), as the clocker PCB is wired up differently. But not tonight, I've worked too late already...

I also tagged the old version of the RCD (v1.0.2) so that it's still available. Just click on the RCD repo, and then click on Tags.

I renamed the old Clocker repository so that it won't get used accidentally. In a little bit I'll delete it.
Seaweed Sound
Any more details on the taptempo-RCDBO and dinsync-SCM? I'd love to get my RCD clocking off dinsync.
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