Midi2CV Part 1

This is a module for my synth. A pretty basic module as it is a note to Control voltage converter. It is based on midibox ucapps.de designs and it features 4 CV and 4 gate outputs. These can be made 8 bits which are quite good for note playing (4 x 8 bits) or can be made 4 and 12 bits each pair. I chose to have them all at 8 bits resolution.. The circuit is ready and it needs a panel (which you see in the photos) and some wiring an mounting

I used a long screw I found in the hardware store. It was a one meter , 3mm width screw which I cut at around 17 cm pieces. Then glued a nut on the panel with instant glue and put resin glue on top of it. Put the screw so now the nuts are filled with resin glue.

You can see here the resin . To align the screws, I fixed the other sides of the screws on a board .


Wiki said...

I'm really digging your blog. You've inspired me to try etching some of my own PCB's :). Please keep it up!

Are you a member of the sdiy email list?

Aris said...

I am very happy to hear this!!

I just became a member of the sdiy list after you mentioned it! Thank you for bringing it up. I wasn't aware of it!

There is a little drop in the post rate the last (not so) few days due to a massive amount of day work. But there is still much more to come. (Just to mention some: Yusynth modules, Midibox sequencer, the midi2CV and I still search for a specific item to house my Midibox Stereo SID!)

DIY said...

This is a good blog.