[sdiy] Supercontroller PCB Layout
rdrake at data2action.com
Fri Aug 29 04:30:20 CEST 2003
In my copy of the book, there's a 1/2 scale picture on page 74 (originally
published in Polyphony sept/oct 1981, pg 32). it's the component placement
view, tho, and in my copy at least not enuf detail to try and suss out. I
actually wrote to Tom about this a month or so a ago, asking if he had a
better/fullsize copy, but he said those documents are long gone. i think
paia has backissues of polyphony available?
I want to try some of tom's 566 circuits too.. particularly the last one
where he uses a noise source to modulate the oscillator, in combination w/ a
variable voltage source--noise w/ a sweepable center frequency?.
on 8/28/03 6:19 PM, Tom Arnold at xyzzy at sysabend.org wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 28, 2003 at 05:54:11PM -0400, prototek wrote:
>> A while ago list member Marjan e-mailed me a JPEG of Thomas Henry's
>> Supercontroller PCB. He said it might have minor faults but he wasn't sure
>> because he's not in possession of any SN76477 chips. Does anyone have any
>> info on the board layout of the Supercontroller? Any help would be greatly
> You can get a copy of the original article by buying Thomas Henry's book
> at http://www.midwest-analog.com/cat-book.html. Its $25 and he does take
> paypal now. The book you want is the Reprint book. I have it and I'll try
> and remember to check out what is has in direct relation to the 76477.
> On another note, the 566 VCO guide he has is kinda interesting. I have quite
> a few 566's now and I'm tempted to make some of them. 10 octave range
> but he says they go a little flat in the upper octaves.
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