Is my stripboard layout correct ? (DIY Dub siren)

Hi all ! Thanks for reading this post, a friend of mine gave me a schematic of a dub siren to build, that’s actually my first time transferring a schematic to a stripboard and I’m not sure if it’s good or if I’ve done a terrible job, so before soldering everything and blowing sh* t up I thought I could share the layout I came up with.
If you’ve got any time to take a look at it that would be awesome !
Thanks anyway, learning a lot on this forum.
(* I particularly struggled positioning pots and leds on one side off the stripboard like I’m seeing on most layouts I found.)

The schematic : Num-risation-20230124-2 hosted at ImgBB — ImgBB

My Layout :

Have a great day !

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Hi, sorry I’m new to this (Layout updated and post moved to the “UNVERIFIED stripboard layouts lounge”)


Welcome to the forum :slight_smile:
I haven’t compared everything but quickly I think C5 is backward,
and it lacks cutoff pads in several places, eg between the top LEDs legs (B12 & B16 on stripbord version), and between all the horizontal resistors/diode/cap legs (B20, B7, H19, L32)

here’s my DIY Dub siren


Hi, thanks for the answer, yes I totally forgot to make cuts between the legs. C5 is backward you’re right. I will think about it a bit more.
That’s some nasty sirens you’ve got, impressive !
Thx !