[sdiy] Audio circuits and basic electronics knowledge recommendation.

Florent florent at visceral-noise.org
Thu Mar 3 09:53:03 CET 2016

I'd advice to explore those websites. They are golden mines for audio circuits:
- http://www.musicfromouterspace.com (author of "make: analog synthesizers")
- http://yusynth.net/index_en.php   (Yves Usson,  Co-developer Of the Arturia MiniBrute)
- http://electronotes.netfirms.com/  (The origin of all ! ;-J) The only issue is that it's not open source, you have to buy it to get your papers...


Le 03/03/2016 09:16, Gordonjcp a écrit :
> On Thu, Mar 03, 2016 at 12:11:21PM +1300, john slee wrote:
>> I like the straight-to-PCB approach. Also if you're likely to need a rev2
>> anyway, you can use some of the spare space on the rev1 PCB to validate any
>> new part footprints you made, related or not :-)
>> The world we live in now, where magical websites (or, as is more likely in
>> my case, the laser-cutter at the local hackerspace) very accurately turn
>> our design mistakes into reality and pop them in the post for $15... It's
>> pretty amazing, no?
> It's even quicker and easier to just etch stuff up at home.
> I tend to use bird's-nest construction when I'm prototyping stuff and then make a couple of experimental PCBs once I've got it more or less right.  It doesn't take long, even if I can't be bothered heating up the bubble tank.
> I'm nowhere near experienced enough to get much out of circuit simulation, so I just design and build things.

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