The idea is to make a sort of posterize module (as featured in the Panasonic MX30 and the likes of), but with a lot of control.
So I made a design with 5 layers, which are 5x comparators with width and strength controls.
They can share the same input (they are normalised per input), but can also have their own input (for experimental stuff)
The outputs are routed into a R2R ladder and through an amplifier.
The first proto will test if this works as intended.
7805 / 7905. Many of the cadets, castles and expeditions use these and they come in a wide range of footprints and currents. Sometimes “traditional” isn’t all that bad.
I’m using them on all of my yet-to-be released SMD modules.
All signals in a video synth are monochromatic until they reach an encoder. If you want to process three voltages at once to plug into the RGB inputs of an encoder, yes you would need three modules as there is only one Out jack in the proto image above.
This is answered in the first post.
Yes. There’s nothing in the above posts that says it depends on synchronization signals so the resolution and timing of your system is irrelevant for this purpose.
This doesn’t exist yet as it’s a work in-progress as noted above. Martijn almost always provides built versions of his designs if you message him when an order thread is posted.
Thanks for answering my questions. Reading a PCB diagram is not one of my current skills. So I don’t know what I’m looking at. How many ins and outs, knobs, switches, does it need sync? I have no idea.
Also wasn’t sure what the word “stages” meant in this context. Processing stages?
It’s great to hear that prebuilt modules will be available. This precisely meets the needs of what I am trying to accomplish!!
I was going to ask for a four-level keyer like the EAB Videolab, but five is even better!