Frequently asked questions about tools and instruments used in stompbox development.
I was wondering if anyone out there has used computer based oscilloscopes that take in audio from a soundcard, and has an opinion on their shortfalls or could recommend a particular one.
- Breadboard Brother
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i am curious on this one as well. Have tried a few different oscilloscope programs with no success.
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I'd suggest this one:http://www.sillanumsoft.org/
the small interface for ohm & capacitance meters is quite easy to stuff on a small piece of breadboard.
However the scope interface is a bit more difficult but not so much:http://www.sillanumsoft.org/hardware.htm
Also it's free and runs very well on linux with wine.
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