The 10K resistor with an asterix was made into a 20K trimmer on the final PCB.. So it might be wise to socket it, or maybe wire up a small trimpot offboard (or on a small piece of vero). Another thing to keep in mind when building it is to keep all offboard wiring as short as possible and never run the input/output wires over or under the board if possible. There's alot of square waves going on inside the circuit that can bleed into the clean signalpath. That's why some rows have double cuts (don't skip any cuts).
I boxed up my vero build in a 125B which was a good fit (The PCB fits in a 1590B) with the board laying sideways. :)
Great work as always, I might treat myself to a pcb.
Can't wait for your super arcadiator, that thing looks awesome
The Super Arcadiator will only be avaliable as a fully assembled pedal (sorry!). But apart from the switches being replaced with arcade buttons (and some CMOS logic to make that work), there's really no difference compared to the regular Arcadiator. The only new feature I added is the be able to have both lower octaves on at the same time, and that was added now to the standard Arcadiator 3.0 PCB aswell. :)
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