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Subject: RE: whoops

From: Christopher Jeris <cjeris@...
Date: 1999-09-10

On Fri, 10 Sep 1999, Dave Bradley wrote:
> Me, I like a pushbutton for each stage that sets it active. Then you can
> remove the clock and manually set each stage for tuning, or run the clock
> and play with the buttons to modify the sequence in real time.

> > From: "David Bivins" <david@...>
> >
> > I'd also like to throw in my vote for a manual step button. I
> > don't want to have to run the sequence slowly to alter voltages!

Maybe it depends on how willing each of us is to write our own firmware?
The functionality provided actually matters less to me than the fact that
the panel controls are there, since it's a lot easier for me to hack up a
little code than to punch some extra holes in the panel! Thus, I would
like a pair of buttons with LEDs next to each stage pot, probably one for
`Activate' and one for an extra `Gate' row associated to that `CV/Gate`
row. But the important thing is not what they do but that the mix of
stuff to play with is enough to support all the features we want.

just got the Intel 51-series architecture manual,