Electronic Projects for Musicians

By Craig Anderton

(Music revenues America). Written in uncomplicated language, with hundreds and hundreds of transparent illustrations, this consultant promises step by step directions on the way to bild pre-amps, tone controls, ring modulators, mixers, and plenty of different reasonably cheap digital components.

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For de'tailson tuming the noisegateinto a pseudo voltage-controlIed arnplifier, discuss with ProjectNo. 25. determine 5-159 In Caseof trouble . If the noise gate does not functionality correctly, flIst checkthat a1lthe controls ale appropriately set. . If the noisegate neither opensnor cIosescorrectly, glance fortroubles willi IC2, Ql, Q2,andthe CI.. M6000. requisites Currentconsumption:tIOrnA Frequencyresponse:tO. 5dB,40Hz-20kHz Maximuminput sooner than clipping: IOV pk-pk Thresho1dsensitivity,R16 at minimal: 1kHz: 12mV pk-pk 10kHz: 40mV pk-pk 20kHz: 60mV pk-pk Thresho1dsensitivity,R16 at maxirnum: 3V pk-pk at any frequency change changing eighty three with a 500k pot. The swap can mount at the again of the pot, sa that tuming off the swap supplies the utmost quantity of reducnon. forget about pads C - F while imposing this - .. . ;, amendment. zero the way it Works ICIA buffers the enter, and the output ofthis buffer splits into paths. One palli passesthrough the CLM6000, that's the particular elementused to "gate" the sign. Whenthe gateis open,the signalendsup appearingat the output of ICIB, and passingthrough to the output through C5. The circuitry that controls the CLM6000 is quite concerned, but in addition particularly attention-grabbing. The secondsignalsplit coming Eromthe 'buffer we pointed out abovegoesto comparatorIC2, that's attached in a fashion sirni1arto the ultra-fuzz (project No. 6). Whenthe thresholdset through R16 is exceeded,IC2 tums whateversignalappearsat its enter into squarewaves. Ql generatesa replicaofthe comparatoroutput squarewaveat its emitter, whereas the col1ectorproducesthe samesignal-but reversedin phaseby a hundred and eighty levels. either squarewavesale then coupledthrough C2 and C3? andhave their negativeportions minimize orf through diodesD3 and D4. Thesepositivesquare waves ale then summedvia RIO and Rll, and tum on Q2. This pulls present throughout the CLM6000,thus closingthe gate. Whenthe signalappearingat the comparatordropsbelow the brink point setby R16, the output ofthe comparatorrevertsto a steady-stateOC voltageinsteadof a squarewave. lower than theseconditions,C2 and C3 block any DC voltageEromreachingQ2, which tums offthe transistorand therefole closesthe gate. determine 5-160 showsthe waveformsat variouspoints through the circuit that will help you visuallzehow this triggeringmethod works. ... 500k pot 2 Figure five. 162 Componentlayout for the noisegate. 189 ProjectNo. 27 elements record Resistors(aUare 1! 4W, 10%tolerance,exceptasnoted) Rl-R3 R4, R5 R6 R7, R8 R9-Rll R12, R13 R14 R15 R16 2. 7k lOk 22k 47k 82k 100k 470k 1M lOk linear taper pot-controls threshold Capacitors(rated at mocethan 10V for t9V, mocethan 15V for t 15) CI C2, C3 C4-C6 C7, C8 Cx O. O5pF(my1arpreferred,disc accep. desk) O:1pF(mylar preferred,disc applicable) 2pF, e1ectro1ytic or tantalum IOpF, e1ectrolyticor tantalum "Gimrnick" capacitor(seetext) Semiconductors Dl -D4 ICI IC2 011 QI, ,Q2 IN4001 or equivalentsilicon diode RC4739or XR4739 duallow-noiseop amp LM301, LM201, or LM748 op amp CLM6000opto-isolator(Clairex) 2N3904 or equivalentgeneraI-purpose NPN transistor MechanicalParts JI-J3 SI S2 Misc.

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