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Re: schematic,new looper

hi,i've done a couple of more or less clones of the eh 16seconds delay,but 
with more memory...
you have to know what you're doing,but it's possible,i plan to post 
schematics,and if you love wire wrapping soldering,it's really fun

btw Mathias,i'm starting to work with cop8 family from national,my goal 
to design a looper just with this processor(cop8cdr9) and some supporting 
chips,i've seen a recorder project for voice messages with it,i got some 
free samples from them,and you don't need a developement system,just 4 
connected to the printer port and the software they provide for free,once 
the hard part(the firmware)is ready,it's just a matter of flashing the 
memory ,so anyone could build it....and if someone in the list is skilled 
micro programming,we could do a shared design...

>From: Matthias Grob <matthias@grob.org>
>Reply-To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>Subject: Re: schematic
>Date: Fri, 20 Sep 2002 07:15:00 -0300
>>Dick: you will not be able to build anything like what's on the
>>market--except perhaps the Z-Vex Lo Fi Looper, which is in the ballpark 
>>what I'm looking at doing.  Do you know what a 3kHz bandwidth sounds 
>>No competition for Line 6 or Boss, to say the least.
>hm... I would say you can do better, in some ways, just with 74HC chips. 
>The most dificult probably is to find a CODEC that does not need a 
>processor to start...
>But you definitally need to know a little more than just soldering...
>Why dont you contact that guy from uruguay who recently appeard on this 
>list, he seems to have something going...
>          ---> http://Matthias.Grob.org

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