Very nice layout. I checked as per schematic and the only difference is that DIP switch at 6th row should be 3 rows down in 9th row. DIP switch in 7th row remain as it is. Of course if all DIPs are in ON state then this correction is not necessary.
MAO, You wrote that You still experiwnce ticking with this layout. Is it true even if LFO switch is in OFF position?
Nice to see a vero layout of the Into the Unknown. Great job! :)
However, I just wanted you to know that I went to alot of trouble to keep the 2.0 PCB drill-hole compatible with the 1.0 version, since I had a bunch of drilled enclosures already.
A DPDT switch would not fit in between the pots, so that's why the CD4066 was added - DPDT action from a single SPDT switch.
Without these layout constraints you could simply omit the CD4066 (and a few more components) and use a DPDT on/off/on switch insted to save space and cost.
So you could use this schematic insted, and redo the vero layout. It should make it alot smaller. :)
Insted of the dip-switch, I put these links (A and B) on the schematic insted. I think they make more sense.
Link A1 to A2 to get the gated LFO action
Link B1 to B2 to get a free running LFO (which may cause ticking)
Don't link both! (This will cause a short when U4.2 goes high)
If you wanted to, you could split the DPDT into two separate SPDT switches, one for the waveshape and one for the LFO on/off. In that case, make the waveshape switch a SPDT on/on just as SW3.1 is shown on the schematic.
For the LFO on/off switch, you could make it a SPDT on/on like this:
Or a SPDT on/off/on (for gated/off/free-running) like this:
/ Fredrik, Parasit Studio
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Here is an updated layout based on Freppo's comments and simplified schematic.
Note: If using a DIP SW, the dips must be set opposite each other. If using links (colored grey) instead of a DIP SW, do not install both links at the same time. Only 1 of the links will be used. Try the bottom link first. If there is ticking, then remove the bottom link and try the top link.
7 rows smaller, thanks again Freppo!
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