jaotao

Step by step guides for newbies that wud b nice
« on: June 22, 2004, 05:44:10 PM »
considering the amount of schematics & info availible i thought there'd be some step by step guides for the compessors. anyone know?


soundguy

Step by step guides for newbies that wud b nice
« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2004, 05:45:19 PM »
this is the step by step guide...

post your questions, get answers.

dave

chips are good with dip...

dmlandrum

Step by step guides for newbies that wud b nice
« Reply #2 on: June 22, 2004, 05:50:09 PM »
Speaking as someone who has learned enormous amounts from this message board, I am here to say that it really does not get any easier than this.

Ask your questions, and we will all do our best to help.
Darren Landrum

Be comforted that in the face of all aridity and disillusionment
And despite the changing fortunes of time,
There is always a big future in computer maintenance.

Jonathan Hayward

Step by step guides for newbies that wud b nice
« Reply #3 on: June 22, 2004, 05:51:56 PM »
By step by step, do you mean how to build or what to choose?
Mark Burnely has some good pages on soldering and signal tracing and the like - is this in a meta already?
Questions on particular parts are very quickly answered here or in the meta-thread to the compressor you're talking about.

jaotao

sheepish
« Reply #4 on: June 22, 2004, 05:51:57 PM »
fair enough  i guess u cant beat the human touch

Step by step guides for newbies that wud b nice
« Reply #5 on: June 22, 2004, 06:08:59 PM »
Start searching through the archives.

Get a schematic.

Create a parts list.

Gather up everything.

Design. Think. Study. Tinker. Solder. Cut. Drill. Build. Create. Ask.

Redo the above until you just can't take it anymore. :grin: Or are successful. :thumb: :guinness:

Just Do It. :green:
"Kind of like going into Safeway at 4 in the morning and chugging a beer in the produce section; been there, done that." - CJ

"We're not making an atomic bomb, just cooking a few electrons." - PRR

bluebird

Step by step guides for newbies that wud b nice
« Reply #6 on: June 22, 2004, 06:52:18 PM »
I need a LIFE step by step.

1) get up
2) take shower
3) get coffee
4) get on groupDIY forum

OR

1) get up
2) skip shower
3) get on groupDIY forum
4) get coffee

OR

1) get on groupDIY forum
2) get up
3) skip shower...again
4) get coffee

See I'm confused. :?

orson whitfield

Step by step guides for newbies that wud b nice
« Reply #7 on: June 23, 2004, 01:10:53 AM »
jaotao


Did u read my reply to your other topic thread?  I too thought how great it would be to have a step-by-step guide.  Here,  though,  are a bunch of very helpful people that unselfishly give there time and help.  Your in good hands here :thumb:

Kev

Step by step guides for newbies that wud b nice
« Reply #8 on: June 23, 2004, 03:54:26 AM »
I take it we are not allowed to mention the original  Group DIY  site anymore ... mmmm ?  :roll:

perhaps it is not quite step by step but a couple of projects like the SSL and the Green ... and the G9 where pretty well explained and with a few pictures.

The Dual Mic Pre was a bit light on because it was only a crappy project from me and I spent to much of my time on the good stuff from other people and in the old forum answering questions.  Now I spend most time answering the email questions.  So far tonight, I've spent about an hour and a half doing just that. Seems we have some interest on things opto and LA4.

The 1176 was covered well else where ... see Franks site for a good shake down and trouble shooters guide.
someone find me a link   !!!   sorry Frank

oh !! wait I found it !!
http://www.nrgrecording.de/html/problems.html
.....
and guess where I found the link ???

Kent has an LA2 page and CJ's T4B page has so many pictures that words would just get in the way.    excellent work cj

OR get the PDF book from Dave Jahnsen ...
http://home.earthlink.net/%7Edjahnsen/index.htm

If you must have step buy step and in kit form then there is the Hampton Kits from Scott and Tim's N72 etc ....
http://www.hamptone.com/newkitstat.htm
http://www.seventhcirclestudios.com/SCA/SCA.htm
Perhaps a Royer mod or complete Mic project from Dave.
http://mojaveaudio.com/products.html

I know you may be a long way away but as some of the Melbourne guys know ... the door here is always open here for any help and tools and other facilities you may need.
AND when the building works here are completed, things will be even bigger and better.  Perhaps some of the local boys out your way may offer some of the same sort of help.

Kev loves his DIY and especially loves your DIY.   :razz:

... that's enough for tonight ... I'll go away now.    :cool:
Kev
DIY Factory

Bunbury

Step by step guides for newbies that wud b nice
« Reply #9 on: June 23, 2004, 05:39:16 AM »
Je suis en France a ce moment, pour Bunbury, mais...oh i can't be bothered with this anymore... :green: I am still digesting GDIY in foreign climes....It was what brought me here in the first place... :grin:  :green:  :sam:
I hope you have not been leading a double life, pretending to be wicked and being really good all the time.
That would be hipocricy --Cecily


BYacey

    Where dogs wear thermal underwear, Alberta, Canada
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Step by step guides for newbies that wud b nice
« Reply #10 on: June 23, 2004, 11:38:34 AM »
To make a step by step procedure like a Heatkit manual isn't really in the scope of this forum. You kind of have to develop some starting point for your project. Perhaps building a few commercially available kits would be to your benefit before embarking on a project from scratch. This would give you the necessary experience.
Bill Yacey
"Adjust R116 for least smoke"

jaotao

thanks
« Reply #11 on: June 23, 2004, 06:42:18 PM »
wow everyone is so helpful, thanks.

helpful is part of what made me the engineer i am so i'm always helpful to others coming up... but as hands-on experience can't be beat, i guess its time to take the plunge & go for it SSL style


 

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