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Help with Insanity box


 
1/16/2001 7:54 AM
Aharon Colman
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Help with Insanity box
When I am reading the lay-out for the Insanity Box, am I supposed to think of the 4049 and TLO71 as "on top" of the lay-out or as "dead bug".Looking at the pin-out and the lay-out certain things do not correspond and I'm sure it's me not reading correctly.Thank you for your patience,AC.PS:Has anybody built this effect using the lay-out, successfully?.
 
1/16/2001 9:02 PM
Tonda
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I build this effect, and it works good.  
 
Look, if your layout is correctly oriented. On the file which I downloaded it was MIRRORIMAGE.  
 
I don«t know which technique you will use for PCB making.  
 
I have only one problem with INSANITY BOX.  
 
Sounds like with noise gate. Tone is long, good sustained, but it ends shortly, with no natural decay.  
 
I put this 50k trimmer for biasing as in schematic, but problem is still here. I used CD 4049 and TL 071 opamp.  
 
 
 
Good luck  
 
 
 
Tonda
 
 
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1/17/2001 12:15 AM
Aharon Colman
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Re: Help with Insanity box(thanks Tonda)
Thanks for your reply.Did you find one 100mF cap on the PCB layout that wasn't on the circuit,I'm reffering to the one that ties pins 8 & 9 on the 4049.Thanks again.AC
 
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