[sdiy] panning vca

Tom Bugs admin at bugbrand.co.uk
Tue Mar 1 00:08:07 CET 2016


10u to 220u between V+ and 0V and between 0V and V- where power comes in 
(filter caps) - watch polarity, of course.
100n between V+ and 0V and between 0V and V- as close to the power pins 
of each IC.

On 29/02/2016 22:03, Joe wrote:
> Tom, No. As I stated I am strictly monkey see, monkey do. Trying to
> change that. I am going to get a book, now.  Ray Wilson's "Make: Analog
> Synthesizers" was recommended.
>   Can you tell me what to add where? Thanks.
> Joe.
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> On Mon, 2016-02-29 at 21:34 +0000, Tom Bugs wrote:
>> Question - do you have filter & bypass caps on the circuits? They're not
>> shown in the original schematic.
>>
>>
>> On 29/02/2016 17:06, Joe wrote:
>>> Hello and thanks. My power supply is the bipolar power supply circuit
>>> provided by General Guitar Gadgets found here
>>> http://www.generalguitargadgets.com/wp-content/uploads/ggg_bipolar_ps.pdf
>>> I have used it before but for other circuits that generate cv. There
>>> never seemed to be noticeable downstream noise in the audio in those
>>> circuits. Those circuits were the EFM pv-1 and an envelope circuit Harry
>>> Bissell sent me, also EFM I bet. I used 3080s in those, too. I find the
>>> same noise where the ground is connected from the bipolar power supply
>>> board to the panning vca board, by the way.
>>>    My audio probe is a 0.1uf cap on the tip of an audio cable with the
>>> audio cable shield connected to ground.
>>>    So, before I try to use a LM13700, is there some procedure I can use to
>>> determine the noise source. Removing ICs and powering up or something
>>> like that?
>>>
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>>> On Mon, 2016-02-29 at 15:06 +0100, Rutger Vlek wrote:
>>>> The CA3080 is known to be a bit noisy, but if you find it everywhere (even in the ground) I'd do a more fundamental check on your power supply and measurement setup.
>>>>
>>>> How do you supply the board with power? How do you do the audio trace exactly? Just to be sure that the noise is actually in the board, not in the measurement method :).
>>>>
>>>> Rutger
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On 29 feb 2016, at 03:46, Joe wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Hello there, I built this panning VCA and I am happy with how it sounds
>>>>> except there is a lot of background noise. I tried to audio trace the
>>>>> noise but I find it everywhere, even in the ground plane. Is there some
>>>>> advice that someone can give me about how to isolate it. Thanks.
>>>>>
>>>>> On Sat, 2016-01-23 at 12:58 -0500, Joe wrote:
>>>>>> Thanks to all! You guys are the awsomest ever! Joe.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
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>>>>>> On Fri, 2016-01-22 at 16:13 -0500, Joe wrote:
>>>>>>> I am planning on building this single as a panning VCA by Richard
>>>>>>> Curcio.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> http://www.sdiy.org/richardc64/mmvca/index.html
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I can source a CA3080 and since I am only building one I am not worried
>>>>>>> about expense. Here's the thing, I don't know what pot values to use for
>>>>>>> the trimmers and I am definitely thrown by the current controlling DC
>>>>>>> trimmer, though I understand how to wire it. Can anyone take a minute(or
>>>>>>> few) to help me figure them out? Thanks, Joe.
>>>>>>>
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