Electric Druid Tap Tempo LFO Code

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Electric Druid Tap Tempo LFO Code

Postby POTL » 27 May 2018, 09:06

Who has the code for pic or attiny?
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Re: Electric Druid Tap Tempo LFO Code

Postby Zokk » 27 May 2018, 11:03

Hi
you'll find the code on the electricdruid website :wink:
https://electricdruid.net/electric-druid-chips-the-next-generation/

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Re: Electric Druid Tap Tempo LFO Code

Postby POTL » 29 May 2018, 16:21

Zokk wrote:Hi
you'll find the code on the electricdruid website :wink:
https://electricdruid.net/electric-druid-chips-the-next-generation/

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Re: Electric Druid Tap Tempo LFO Code

Postby Ice-9 » 29 May 2018, 18:13

I'm working with this right now with the new Tap tempo chip from Electric Druid.
It's fairly straight forward, if you want to start it , press start. You can work out the rest of the controls for yourself !

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Re: Electric Druid Tap Tempo LFO Code

Postby Zokk » 01 Jun 2018, 23:26

I've played a bit with the TapTempoLFO on a phaser project.
That's really annoying to not be able to alter the offset.
This is an important feature, and it's just missing. Instead the Invert CV is a gadget, it will just remove an inverting stage from a CV mixer.

The best would be to remove the "invert CV" feature and replace it with an "offset" setting on the TapTempo. Also swap the tap tempo code from the StompLfo which is simplier.
It would make this LFO really perfect for stompboxes and +9V operation.

Otherwise the waveforms are amazing on the TapTempoLFO, and the wavedistort allows to compensate the LDR response to finally have a nice shaped modulation.
The random waves are particularly nice, the stepped random is way more realistic than the one on the StompLfo.
Plus it has a Clock Out, to sync other LFOs or EGs!

I still have to test it with the MoltenVoltage circuit to add this offset setting, page 4:
http://www.moltenvoltage.com/pedalsync/documentation/PedalSync_LFO_Voltage_Conversion_Module_Datasheet.pdf
This should solve perfectly the problem, but I was looking for simplicity first like a "all in one chip LFO".
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