I got a few 555's laying around (5 actually lol) and I feel like making a Synthesizer. Perhaps one where I use something other than some Pot meters and buttons. Got any suggestion? Also I'm quite new…Continue
"There is a lot you can do with the 555 Voltage control or maybe use pre settable counters as dividers and use this to adjust the tone. One 555 timer per tone or as with using dividers make the 555 a single clock source. Another for other…"
"The "Stylophone" was a basic mono synth back in the 70's used by David Bowie on "Starman" that could use a 555. The problem with 555's is the mono morphic sound, you could tie three together and create a root, 3rd and…"
"No, not yet. I'm still gathering parts for various projects. Eventually, though, I do want to experiment with MEMS accelerometers/gyroscopes, to see if they can accurately trace distances traveled between stations and orientations…"
"Or, build your own capacitative touch sensor with a larger-than-fingerprint 'keyboard'. The PIC family of microcontrollers has an accurate timer/current source built in. You can find it on the websites somewhere. I could…"
"LDR's? Like photoresistors? It's an idea, but hasn't it been done time and time again? I thought of using flex meters like in the power glove but so far I only have one and it doesn't quite work yet. I need to check the specs. On…"
"Use LDRs where the pots would go. Look up Atari Punk Console schematics. They are pretty easy. You can also make a sequencer with a 555 and one of the 40xx chips I forget which one, I think its a 4011 or a 4020"
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