[sdiy] Mute solution?
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Thu May 24 20:47:23 CEST 2018
Any of circuits described here didn't work? sound.whsites.net sound.whsites.net Maybe you control it with too fast envelope. Filter down the control below 100Hz and it should not click. How about detecting zero-zrossing and shutting down the audio with clamping MOSFET or whatever when signal is no more than 1mV away from GND? No clicking. Roman Dnia 24 maja 2018 17:46 Tim Ressel < timr at circuitabbey.com > napisał(a): Hi all, A while back I had asked about clickless mutes and got some good ideas but could not get anything to work. I am leaning towards using a digital pot as an attenuator. This may seem a bit overkill but it will get things moving. The DS1882 is a dual log dig pot that is unique in that it will handle bipolar audio up to +/- 7 volts. Since my design already has a small processor, it is no problemo to controls these. -- --Tim Ressel Circuit Abbey timr at circuitabbey.com ______________________________ Synth-diy mailing list Synth-diy at synth-diy.org synth-diy.org synth-diy.org
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