Stompbox Rapid Prototyping

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Designed by Edgar Berdahl (and Esteban Maestre?)
Designed by Edgar Berdahl (and Esteban Maestre?)
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Making an enclosure is time-intensive, so in the context of the workshop, we recommend exploring ideas before making an enclosure, which can restrict the process of ideation.
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Making an enclosure is time-intensive, so in the context of the workshop, we recommend exploring ideas and designs first in a rapid prototyping context.
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== Cables ==
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== Cables For 1/4" Connections ==
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In many applications, it may be desirable to connect the audio converters of the Beagle Board to generic 1/4" audio cables. For example, a generic prior-art guitar stompbox would incorporate these elements, and it could be convenient for other applications as well. Since no appropriate, mass-produced cables are available, we show you how to make your own:
[[Image:StompboxCompletedCable.jpg]]
[[Image:StompboxCompletedCable.jpg]]

Revision as of 06:05, 18 May 2011

Lab 3: Rapid Prototyping
Designed by Edgar Berdahl (and Esteban Maestre?)

Making an enclosure is time-intensive, so in the context of the workshop, we recommend exploring ideas and designs first in a rapid prototyping context.

Cables For 1/4" Connections

In many applications, it may be desirable to connect the audio converters of the Beagle Board to generic 1/4" audio cables. For example, a generic prior-art guitar stompbox would incorporate these elements, and it could be convenient for other applications as well. Since no appropriate, mass-produced cables are available, we show you how to make your own:

Image:StompboxCompletedCable.jpg

Image:StompboxBeforeHeatShrink.jpg

Important Note

Some small amount of the text and images here was taken from prior laboratory exercises for the course Music 250A. We regret that we do not know who contributed these elements, but these people are likely to include Wendy Ju, Bill Verplank, Michael Gurevich, and possibly more.


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