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Topic: Rotary Panner (Read 379 times)
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August 03, 2012, 01:05:38 PM »
At one time i was working with the idea of a surround panner for my guitar/ like a frankenstien guitar stomp box. Well I had the idea worked out, but still havent started the prototype, since i really wanted to understand what i was creating, and how (electonicaly) it was going to function.
6 months later......
Playing with op amps, different experiments, and the general mechanics of electronics I came up with another idea focusing on my previous invention. The 6 channel rotary panner.
My line of thinking:
If I were to use a 555/cd4017 circut as a touch roulette circut designed to spin-light 10 LEDs in sequence 1-10 as the touch wires press this will start the spin then when released will gradually slow down and stop.
Attached each discharge from the LED to a line of gates that would allow the signal to pass through on the high output of the astable signal that the 555 timer sends. each gate would have the constant guitar signal going through it, then when the gate releases it goes to a specific output channel into my array of 10 amps and 10 speakers in a circle giving the analog reverse lesie speaker surrround effect i am trying to acomplish.
Noted i would probably need some kind of cap/ resistor scheme on each output to reduce the clipping from one channel to the other (the popping)
Question, in theroy would this work???
If you followed that, then maybe im not as much a electronic junkie as i think. Or maybe i did too many muchrooms in the 60's
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