Has anybody tried using concentric pots (like this one) on a module to have the control and attenuverter for a parameter in the same place? i.e. the upper knob is the value/offset, and the lower knob would control CV input attenuvertion.
Generally I prefer having a real knob for control and a trimmer for attenuvertion, but stacking them could save space for “micro” modules.
@HeNeArXn Rathaus Schöneberg, last Sunday. I’d not been before but it seems like a good market for old electronic junk! There were a bunch of cassette recorders and a really cool old film projector too.
Anyone want to help crowdfund getting this ad in Hamburg Hbf?
Edit: oops, of course I forgot the umlaut.
@julian0liver I believe the verb is “klugscheißen” https://en.pons.com/translate/german-english/klugschei%C3%9Fen I have extensive experience with this as well!
I ended up using Eazydraw to design the panel as usual, then after some searching discovered LaserWeb4, an amazing open source CAM tool designed for laser usage but also with routing capabilities.
It took some time and experimentation to figure out how best to engrave the various text and graphics. In the end I found that Inside cuts along the text, on-path cuts on most of the graphics and some particularly thin text, and inside cuts+fills with very carefully set margins on the inverted filled sections produced good results.
I’m definitely going to be looking into LaserWeb4 in more detail. I want to investigate it’s conventional routing CAM cabapilities, and potentially switch to this over using Easel, as LW4 is open source, allows for much more detailed control of the machine, and runs offline.
@rhiaro so TOS picks up after a while then? TNG was my first trek and I love it, but have never been able to get into TOS. The first few episodes just seem so weird, sexist and disjointed
@benwerd 2017 was pretty rough though tbh
“Check out this thing I just bought!”
“There’s a thing on my wrist!”
“I’m wearing a thing!”
“I need a raspberry pi and some sensors so I can make a thing!”
It’s hardly a specific term which enables efficient, productive communication :)
#screenshot: The absolute worst page-load time I’ve ever experienced:
@tommorris after starting learning German just with Duolingo, my approach with new languages (currently French) is to do the Duo and Memrise courses in parallel. I like the approach. Duo has more complex sentences and better grammar help even if the vocab is a bit random, whereas Memrise has better audio (on the official courses at least) and the vocab is much more goal-oriented.
@briansuda please tell me you’re going to build Berghain Reykjavík?