Flushing out some ideas– Idea 1 The first idea I had was to make a pressure sensitive microphone tin/holder. When I work on shows, we have aluminum bread tins that hold wireless microphones. My thought was to add force sensitive resistors to the base of it below some type of layer that when something is…… Continue reading P Comp Project 1
To start this lab, I did not have a working speaker, so I rigged this tool I have from work that can take an input and produce it over a small built in speaker. I soldered a 1/4″ jack to a ground and hot wire to put into my breadboard to replace the “+” and…… Continue reading P Comp Week 3 Labs
Baby’s First Oscillator! I mean .. my first oscillator. To start this off, I forgot I blew my speaker and replacement from the first class. So I attempted to use my QBox and SoundBullet for speakers. I tried both. Below is the first circuit using a potentiometer. https://videopress.com/v/WyEYTjxZ?resizeToParent=true&preloadContent=metadata https://videopress.com/v/kbxiegJa?resizeToParent=true&preloadContent=metadata Next, same circuit different variable resistor.…… Continue reading Hacking Audio Hardware Week 3
Link to the sketch It includes one element controlled by the mouse, one element that changes over time (independent of the mouse), and one element that is different every time you run the sketch.
How does computation apply to my interests? Well, there is a lot of programming and software in my line of work in the audio industry for live sound. Many programs exist in order to do a variety of things such as monitoring devices in real time, programming devices, and routing one thing to another. None…… Continue reading ICM Week 1 Homework
Digital Input and Output with an Arduino Preparing the Breadboard and Adding a Pushbutton Why does the pulldown resistor need to be a 10kΩ? How does it correlate to the button/switch? Adding Digital Outputs (LEDs) and Programming the Arduino When it came to programming the board, I wrote out all the code and got to…… Continue reading P Comp Week 2 Labs
Setting Up A Breadboard Setting up the breadboard – using a 7805 regulator, and connecting the ground and voltage buses throughout the board and to the proper pins of the regulator. Soldered a DC power jack to two header pins and covered the connections in hot glue to prevent any shorts. Connected the jack to…… Continue reading P Comp Week 1 Labs
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