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Anyway, I'm having troubles understanding the relay board schematic.I'm assuming that R1 and R16 have an inverse relationship to each other, with R1 at the lowest chosen resistance level and R16 as the highest out of the 8 values used.
Should the second set of throws/contacts of the relay swap for proper operation?
Mikkel, can you post the ready to transfer PCB Layout and/or Gerber files?
Does anyone here genuinely have some MIDI construction knowledge as I have two projects I'd love to get off the ground. These could be combined into one.
I had a look at your site and you have nice stuff there.
Do you sell PCB´s for your projects? I would rather buy the PCB´s from you instead of doing my own, so that I can help support the great stuff yu bring to us.
let us see the files for the control PCB also
It's seems bizarre to me why you'd use such a system of relays etc. Have you considered using something like the TI PGA2311/0 digitally controlled volume controls?
For the processor, you may not even need to use a a micro with an operating system (such as MIOS). If all you want to do is take control signals from a rotary encoder, then why not use something like an MSP430 (get cheap kits from TI or Olimex), and have a very simple program that polls (checks) the input pins from the encoder every 1mS, then sends a serial code to the volume control, based on the change in setting.
Does anyone here genuinely have some MIDI construction knowledge as I have two projects I'd love to get off the ground. These could be combined into one.I just don't have all the skills required to make this one fly.
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