moebius

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About moebius

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  1. vX

    Nice to see there´s some "proof of the concept" code! Keep up the nice hype, Stryd!! Moebius
  2. Juno 60 MIDIfication

    Uh, I just searched the subject in this very forum. Found some info. No schematics, thought. Moebius
  3. Hi ya! Sorry for me bad enklish. Solder taps are the spots to solder on.. Usually round and with hole in the center :D I´m sorry, I´ve made a board with previous layout and the legs for the rectifier needed bigger drill. There wasn´t much space to solder there. Cap Ys are for life.. Plain and Simple; "How Do You Do" :D I hope You´ll get the Braid.. :D Moebius p.s. You are doing fine!
  4. The Voporware thread!

    vX. It´s been referred to. Many times. No code seen. It might even be ready.  Sometime. Hi. He. I´m so sick. I have some much work. I have a flue. He he hee! Well, vaporware it is.
  5. The Voporware thread!

    Monome clones. If Monome was lame, Midiboxers clonin´it was probably even more lame? "Hey, Midibox Lemur - Just if I pay ya?" Moebius
  6. The Voporware thread!

    This is where You tell who did and what didn´t happen. TK just DID IT - Get it?
  7. magnetic sheidling for sl1200's

    Why should You get any cover for SL1200´s? No laptop hurts those. Moebius
  8. Moving to LINUX

    Well, I´d rather try Dynebolic. As always, they offered a Live-CD, but I didn´t find Live anywhere. It´s like Midibox. You can´t find vx even if You wanted to. Only references. Moebius
  9. Welcome! If You don´t have a desoldering pump - I´d rather say, get a solder wick (braid) instead. The work You have done is excellent, don´t let people destroy what You´re doing. Didn´t Your board have a proper solder tap? Moewbius
  10. New AOUT module design?

    I don´t know. 4 x SOIC OpAmps don´t cost that much space. Moebius
  11. Hi, "With digital control, to address the drift" - It´s a nice definition! Moebius p.s. TK, please save me - what is the update frequency of the current S&H code?
  12. Hi, There are no "static signals" - S&H is constantly updated with current voltage in the DAC output. NJU7304 was pretty good at droop rate of 1mV/5ms. Of course "low leakege" is needed, but I can´t see reason to use OTA (with hold cap and buffer OpAmp) as analog switches already have MegaOhm off state, so it´s more up to the cap and switching rate to hold the voltage. Moebius
  13. Hi, Using OTAs isn´t an elegant or Cost Effective solution. It´s too bad those NJDs are obsolete. (other available S&H chips I´ve found really aren´t up to the job) I still think using 4051 multiplexers with a hold cap and buffering OpAmps would be easiest way to go. It´s a cheap solution, but uses pretty much board space. Moebius
  14. LCD emulator??

    I just tried: perl vx and it doesn´t exist! I feel stupid, I´ve used perl before.. even perl vx.pl didn´t work! Is it the path problem? Moebius
  15. Speed Param for Encoders

    All the encoders I´ve seen are PCB mount. Moebius p.s. You can use wires and attach the encoder to the frontpanel