oh, sure. what i meant was: let's assume i wanted three of those operators but don't want to or can't afford to waste 36HP; so one option might be to get, say, one fully featured module at 12HP (ie your layout) and two aux voices at 6HP (my layout); that's still 24 HP, but somewhat more compact. anyways, was just an idea, ie that i might try to adjust the panel pcb somewhat so that things look more coherent overall. this is how things look atm, about 35mm deep:diablojoy wrote:hmm not sure if I understand your request here though, my board is a single 12HP purely euro board, everything is on it- 5 pots, 8 jacks, 3 switches, 3 LED's and all of the main circuitry there is no wiring and
no allowance for a breakout to a control board as that's all covered.
the main board is fully self-contained (except the sync in), so there's some room for manoeuvre. anyways, i guess i'll just take a look at your .fpd when you post it and take it from there.
sure .. i have 10 sets or so, which (it looks like) are ok +/- some silkscreen stuff but they should be ok for beta testing. i still need/want to try a/the firmware with the switches first ...hey while I am at it I might have to buy a few of your 6HP boards when your ready
the smaller version could be useful to me. what controls/ IO did you drop
with the smaller form ?
as for the IO, i didn't drop anything except for one switch and one LED, and there's no attenuators. i figured if all three switches are absolutely necessary one might still cook up some long-press workaround. also i simplified the circuitry somewhat to make it fit. (basically, the sync in and out don't use op amps but transistors, and i used MCP6002s not TL072s for the inputs, that got rid of the diodes etc). there's just one trimpot, for V/oct; and i used a lm4040 as a reference.