You can use it in a few different ways. Your could replace resistors and pots with an LDR and have it face the LFO LED. Or you could just take the direct voltage feeding the LED and use it with oscillators or voltage inputs. I've been experimenting with 40106 oscillators. Gonna try with using the output voltage of the LFO to power the 40106.
On Dec 16, 2015, at 6:57 PM, rocket88 [via Guitar FX Layouts] <[hidden email]> wrote:
hmmm, i was thinking that this is something to be inserted into a circuit to control the speed and depth of a modulation effect like another trem or phaser.
And thanks nocentelli for the schematic! I just noticed now that you made it. Curious about that bias control. I'll most likely set it internally as a trimpot. But I'm interested to see what effect it has.
If you’re talking about biasing op amps on a unipolar supply etc, yes a voltage divider is commonly used
In the shoot the moon vero, you can see a voltage divider is formed by the 100K resistors at IC1
A pair of equal value resistors are connected in series from the supply voltage to ground. The node where the resistors meet is your vref or 1/2 of the supply voltage
Many ICs like PT2399 have a max voltage of 5V. In that case you do not want the voltage to exceed 5V and it is common to us a 7805 regulator. When choosing a regulator for this type of application you want to be aware of current consumption
thanks a lot man for the reply. I understand lottle about electronics but I have a few mad professor deep blue delay clones that I don't know what to do with and im thinking a dual deep blues delay with tremulus lune lfo