[sdiy] Identification of an unknown MIDI CV interface
jschwich53 at comcast.net
Tue Sep 27 20:11:42 CEST 2022
What do you think they use in transformers, electric motors (with
brushes), generators/alternators ....
On 9/27/2022 12:40 AM, Mike Bryant wrote:
> Wow. I thought it had been banned years ago. When it appeared in
> labstock at HP some people tried it out but I never liked it myself.
> *From:*Roman [mailto:modular at go2.pl]
> *Sent:* 27 September 2022 06:46
> *To:* brianw; synth-diy at synth-diy org; Mike Bryant
> *Subject:* ODP: Re: [sdiy] Identification of an unknown MIDI CV interface
> And that special kind of enameled wire is surprisingly still available
> today if you look enough. When it melts it smells incredibly pleasing,
> it's one of the best smell-memories of my childhood and I still enjoy
> it just by thinking of it. But of course those fumes are highly toxic
> and cancerogenous so it's bad idea to use it.
> ---- Użytkownik Mike Bryant napisał ----
> > Also the use of the enamelled hookup wire was popular in the 1980s.
> It had a special enamel that burnt off at liquid solder temperature
> making a solid joint but was insulated the rest of it so you could
> build complex wiring easily.
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