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Thursday, 7 May 2015

Simple Audio Mixer Stripboard Layout


this is a quick project I made for another project I'm working on but I'm sure people will have uses for this so here you go.

it's also worth noting (as I have before) the purpose of C1 is to limit the bandwidth of the Op-Amp - in this case I've used a value to stop any hiss however you can experiment with the values and make a low pass filter - the higher you go the more it cuts off.




7 comments:

  1. Having a look at this for my early stages diy modular. Thanks for a very interesting and informative site.

    Hope you have a great Christmas and best wishes for 2016

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  3. Hi! This seems like a perfect project for my needs! Just a little question from a beginner, what voltage is needed for this? Ok with a 9 volts battery? Thanks in advance and big thanks for this magnificent site!
    /Erik, Sweden

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  4. Hi Paul...currently I have only 1uF elkos at hand. Can they be used as input capacities as well? I'm just wondering because of their polarization.

    Thanks for your advice!

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    1. yeah, they'll be fine - this way; IN---+||----

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    2. Hey, thanks for your quick response! And furthermore many many thanks for your great side. Half of my projects-to-solder-backlog consists of your lovely designs! This one will be used in a modded Korg Volca Beats in order to get easy and quick adjustable volumes/mutinings for each drum voice.

      Keep going! Regards from Germany,
      Ben

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