[sdiy] My new M110 Sequential Switch module (Moog 962 clone)
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Mon Jul 5 14:41:47 CEST 2021
This is closed design with functionality defined 50 years ago, can't
imagine why would anybody like to reprogram it in any way.
Price of the PIC used is probably higher than few logic chips needed.
The PIC (let alone alternatively used logic ICs) was actually none of
the expensive parts of the BOM. Think $7 for one unit of moogy-style
pushbutton, but that one is actually well justified.
W dniu 2021-07-05 o 13:37, Mike Bryant pisze:
> PICs (and ATTinys) are usually cheaper than logic solutions :-)
> And you can often reprogram the board for other applications.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Synth-diy [mailto:synth-diy-bounces at synth-diy.org] On Behalf Of Roman Sowa
> Sent: 05 July 2021 11:14
> To: Jean-Pierre Desrochers; 'SDIY'
> Subject: Re: [sdiy] My new M110 Sequential Switch module (Moog 962 clone)
> This is beutiful build!
> As always from you...
> I'm only wondering why you used PIC for this and not logic. That simple functionality begs for logic control.
> W dniu 2021-07-02 o 23:24, Jean-Pierre Desrochers pisze:
>> Hi All,
>> A while ago, after completing my two Moog Sequencer 960 clones
>> I needed more than 8 steps sequences to be available
>> So.. I decided to build its little brother.. the 962 Sequential Switch
>> I call it M110 to be part of my Moog clones family..
>> I built three of them.
>> Like in the late synth clones projects I made I replaced old 60’s
>> circuit technology with a small PIC micro.
>> Today I had fun playing 48 steps sequences using my two M109
>> sequencers along with three of my new M110 Sequential Switches.
>> Very happy with this bundle !!!
>> Cheers !
>> Jean-Pierre Desrochers
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