First things first, I have already posted about and built this, with success, for a friend of a friend’s wedding gift. I’d like to be able to make more of these for friends more reliably and quickly, so I outsourced the PCB design. Here’s my previous post about this circuit: MS-20 Filter modified for 9v by Dirtbox Layouts
For $40 someone made this gerber zip for me of this schem so I can cut out a lot of time on these stripboards. It occurred to me this could be worthwhile when doing the vero for the A/DA flanger. After 132 cuts and 60 jumps, I wondered if someone could use the schematic to make a PCB for me since no one was selling them presently.
Someone else also noticed the original schematic AnalogOutput had linked in the aforementioned post was slightly different than the veroboard layout, and that the latter was more updated. So my Gerber Guru elected to use the veroboard to come up with this PCB.
What are your thoughts on all of this? I am coming at this from a love of the assembly process. I love the wiring, the complexities of it all, and I’ve been soldering for just under 20 years. So I am aiming to more or less just build tried and true layouts to provide my friends and I sick gear affordably. I also like to spend more energy on the enclosures.
Did my guy just hook me up? Or am I wasting my money because I’m unnecessarily intimidated by this part of the process? Are there other, better avenues for this? I wanna ask him to make cards for a monosynth build next, after the A/DA of course. At this point, unless there are any glaring issues brought to light here, my next move is to order, build and test.