I just use 2 15 pin headers - this way I can put components underneath the Arduino.
Woops, my bad! Post edited.
Thx but i was talking about a solution for the stripboard software (“DIY Layout Creator”), because i’ve used a pic of an arduino
In the real world i use 2x15 pin headers too
Well, you could use 2x15 pin headers in DIYLC. Whether that’s better or not is a matter of taste.
Hey, I’m thinking about using your design for the midi in on my monosynth, I was hoping to use the velocity for simple amplitude modulation by controlling the “level cv” of an electric Druid envgen8 chip (0-5v input)
How does that velocity output behave? Does it output a constant velocity value until a new velocity is entered? Or is it just a pulse on key press?
If it’s just a temporary pulse then I’d have to attack the problem some other way, either going for the vca instead of the envelope or use a sample and hold maybe?
On my version, it stays up until a new key is pressed.
I’m using much the same software (some features added and some reorganization but mostly the same algorithm) so should be the same answer. When a key is pressed it generates a gate, a trigger, a pitch CV, and a velocity CV; gate stays on as long as the key is pressed and CVs stay the same until a different key is pressed.
Anyway, it’s software, so if it doesn’t behave how you want, you can change it in software.
This looks great, presume you don’t have any pcbs or panels left over anymore dude?
If not is it just a case of finding someone to print a pcb from your designs? not printed a board before!
ah wonderful, gonna check this out. cheers dude