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a metric tonne of cool old electronic books etc

Postby pinkjimiphoton » 30 Apr 2013, 23:25

http://www.rsp-italy.it/Electronics/Books/index.htm

surf around the site, there's a LOT of really cool stuff
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Re: a metric tonne of cool old electronic books etc

Postby DrNomis » 01 May 2013, 05:34

Cheers, I've got the website bookmarked now, there's alot of good reading material there...... :thumbsup
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Postby pinkjimiphoton » 01 May 2013, 17:23

i downloaded close to 1600 files from it last nite!! :shock: :shock:
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Re: a metric tonne of cool old electronic books etc

Postby DrNomis » 01 May 2013, 18:47

Wow!!!......:shock:


Might do some downloading tomorrow morning, cheers for posting the link..... :thumbsup
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Re: a metric tonne of cool old electronic books etc

Postby darthoverdrive » 01 May 2013, 19:11

Lots of nerd stuff there. The manuals on analog computers are interesting as well at the old magazine articles dating back to the 40's. There are a few guitar related articles in the kits section as well as a compressor/limiter that pedalgrinder might like as there is a layout provided in the article. :lol:

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Re: a metric tonne of cool old electronic books etc

Postby pedalgrinder » 15 May 2013, 12:22

hey darthoverdrive i went looking for the article with the compressor schematic and layout in it you said about and found nothing. Can you tell me which file it is. Cheers :applause:
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Re: a metric tonne of cool old electronic books etc

Postby pinkjimiphoton » 15 May 2013, 18:41

i can't find the damn compressor pdfs, but i KNOW they're there, cuz i downloaded pretty much anything even remotely related to stompboxes.

you'll have to go thru and look, but you'll find the stuff...

some ya may have to use your imagination some, cuz there's stuff listed in italian... you can figure it out, look for like "comressadores" or something like that.

good luck!!

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Re: a metric tonne of cool old electronic books etc

Postby atreidesheir » 16 May 2013, 02:52

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Re: a metric tonne of cool old electronic books etc

Postby pedalgrinder » 16 May 2013, 11:52

Hi, Thanks for the link atreidesheir much appreciated for your efforts there. But that would have to be the most horrid nasty compressor schematic i have ever seen. That thing wouldn't be worth pissing on if it was on fire! Even then i would have to contemplate if it was going to be a waste of piss. Hmmmm i often wonder why some magazine's even publish some things like that. Would it be really that hard to put some sort of sidechain that just makes it tick. But anyhows some of the other stuff is cool. Thanks guys :thumbsup
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Re: a metric tonne of cool old electronic books etc

Postby darthoverdrive » 16 May 2013, 17:18

pedalgrinder wrote:hey darthoverdrive i went looking for the article with the compressor schematic and layout in it you said about and found nothing. Can you tell me which file it is. Cheers :applause:


It was buried in there with other kits, I came across it in a hit or miss manner. It looked interesting aside from the article being in Italian. When I find some time I will put it on the breadboard.
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