Tag Archives for audio
The Verge has an interesting writeup on Native Instruments’ Stems, “a new audio format that stores up to four different tracks in a single audio file.” I (and I am sure others) had this idea back in the late 80s but … Continue reading
As part of my Open source audio remote control initiative, I’ve just published Volume-AlpsRK16814MG, an open source hardware design that integrates a high-quality Alps motorized quad potentiometer with an H bridge. The design lets you control the motor’s direction using … Continue reading
I’ve started a FLOSS remote control receiver project for DIY audio preamplifiers. I think it’s just about good enough to make public. Remote control is one of the more challenging things for an audio DIY person to implement, so I … Continue reading
A couple mockups for an audio preamp display using dirt cheap character LCDs and the BigCrystal library for Arduino.