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PostPosted: Thu Sep 26, 2013 11:31 am    Post subject: It's going to be big
Subject description: I got so many chips...
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Ok so I have sooo many chips it's not even funny. I'm just lost. I want to make 3 panels 28cm x 59 cm. I have an old chest of drawers that I have modified to take the 3 panels. It not be strictly lunetta, but mostly.

Stuff I want so far, help me choose more and I don't mind multiples. Got loads of space:

40106 osc.
4017 sequencers
4011 ringmod
4040 dividers
4046 pitch tracker
mel gen
nes controller
4066 switches
4046 VCO
CD4031 tap looper
Eight Stage Custom Waveform Generator from fun with sea moss


Chips I got:

3X HEF4001BP
1X CD4002BCN
6X TC4007UBP
1X CD4010BE
7X CD4011BCN
4X CD4012BCN
1X TC4013BP
1X HEF4014BP
2X HEF4015BP
2X HCF4016BE
12X CD4017BE
1X TC4018BP
2X HEF4021BP
3X CD4024BCN
1X HCF4027BE
26X CD4029BP
1X HEF4035BP
5X CD4040BCN
4X CD4042BCN
3X HEF4046BP
5X CD4047BCN
6X CD4049CN
2X CD4050BCN
4X CD4051BCN
9X HEF4052BP
8X HEF4053BP
23X HEF4066BP
15X HEF4069BP
4X CD4070BCN
1X HEF4073BP
1X HEF4075BP
3X HEF4077BP
2X CD4081BCN
1X CD4089BCN
1X HEF4093BP
2X CD4094BE
11X HEF40106BP
1X CD4511BP
5X HEF4518BP
6X HEF4527BP
8X HEF4528BP

8X SN74LS00N
2X SN74LS02N
8X SN7403AN
11X SN74LS04N
6X SN7406N
5X SN7407N
1X SN7408N
2X SN7409N
4X SN7410N
5X SN74LS11N
8X SN74LS12N
2X SN7417N
2X SN7420N
2X SN7427N
5X SN7430N
4X SN7432N
2x PC74HC32P
2x SN7438N
3X SN7442AN
3X SN7447AN
4X SN7473
5X SN7474N
5X SN74LS74AN
5X SN7485N
8X SN7490AN
5X SN7492AN
6X SN7493N
2X SN47107N
11X SN74121N
2X SN74LS123
5X SN74LS138N
3X MC74AC139N
4X SN74141N
2X SN74164N
2X SN74174N
2X SN74175
3X DM74192N
3X DM74LS193N

4X MC7475P
1X MC14040BCP
3X MC14049UBCP
16X MC14011BCP
5X MC14013BCP
1X MC14014BCP
2X MC14023B
3X MC14025B
25X MC14051BCP
17X MC14060BCP
2X MC14071BCP
2X MC14073B
2X MC14094BCP
84X MC14443P
8X MC14504B
14X MC14521B
2X MC74HC32
5X MC74HC132N
2X MC74LS138N
2X MC74HC139
4X MC74HC374N
1X CD74HC4017E

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 26, 2013 2:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Use a 4070 instead of the 4011 for the ringmod: less wiring, more XORs

Use another of your 4046s as a VCO

you've got a few shift registers in there, could do something interesting with those. A delay, pseudo-random bits, or just wire straight to the panel.

I envy you your large selection of chips: where did you find them?
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 26, 2013 2:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

I agree, shift registers are splendid. You can hook up the output of the last bit back to the input via a gate and you make a ring counter. Lot's of fun and musical. String several shift register and make a long one.
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 26, 2013 3:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Do you have any links to schematics?

I have all these chips because I got them from the "cheap crap" bin, at my local electronics store. They are all in those long anti static sticks. 1€ a stick, how could one say no. Oh yeah there's plenty of LM324's in there aswell.
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 26, 2013 6:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Did you ask for schematics? Smile

http://electro-music.com/forum/topic-56660.html

You might also look at the forum for Nicolas, there are a number of good, simple circuits there.
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 26, 2013 6:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

definitely a 4046 VCO. I would agree on the 4070 for the ringmod, but with 4x 4070 and 7x 4011 (+ 16X MC14011BCP)
it might make more sense to use the 4011 afterall. I see you have a 4089, that's a nice chip for a pattern/rhythm generator.

datasheets are more useful then schematics with lunetta's Wink
(but you might find something useful here and here)

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 28, 2013 5:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Thanks for your reply's.
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