Author Topic: TAPRECISE - Calibrated Tap Tempo with Presets, Subdivision and Modulation  (Read 9506 times)

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Not sure you had seen that but RobA (where has he been lately??) had done some work in this direction:
http://www.madbeanpedals.com/forum/index.php?topic=18698.msg191575#msg191575

A lot of it is way over my head but it might be interesting to you.


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Not sure you had seen that but RobA (where has he been lately??) had done some work in this direction:
http://www.madbeanpedals.com/forum/index.php?topic=18698.msg191575#msg191575

A lot of it is way over my head but it might be interesting to you.

Great - a fantastic basis for what I want to do! Thanks a lot!

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« Last Edit: June 21, 2016, 10:06:26 AM by Marshall Arts »

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Fully epic dude, pcb looks awesome!  Congrats on this, it's a real landmark for diy tap tempo imho
I look forward to seeing the implementations in the DIY community :)

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  • I finalized the enclosure (in terms of drilling, no labels yet), updated pictures (including gutshot) in the first post.
  • I also added the source code as an attachment to the first post.
  • Documentation will follow.
  • Group buy not closed yet, but I will have to reorder PCBs already, so most of you will have to wait for a couple of weeks after I sent you the paypal details (which I haven't done yet).

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AWESOME!

&WANT!!!!

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TAPRECISE - Calibrated Tap Tempo with Presets, Subdivision and Modulation
« Reply #21 on: April 28, 2016, 12:59:03 PM »
Please add your Name to The group Buy list

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I also added the documentation to the first post in this thread now.

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I also added the documentation to the first post in this thread now.

Great job on the documentation.

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I also added the documentation to the first post in this thread now.

Great job on the documentation.
It may not be perfect English, though :-)
« Last Edit: June 21, 2016, 10:01:50 AM by Marshall Arts »

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Hi Matthias, I am close to finish my taprecise (waiting for few parts)... Since I don't know anything about coding and those stuff, what do I need for uploading code to arduino nano? Just a mini usb cable or? BTW where did you get that mini usb cable? :D Also I have arduino uno which I never used..

Thanks for doing this
Brane
« Last Edit: June 23, 2016, 04:55:33 AM by brejna »

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Hi Matthias, I am close to finish my taprecise (waiting for few parts)... Since I don't know anything about coding and those stuff, what do I need for uploading code to arduino nano? Just a mini usb cable or? BTW where did you get that mini usb cable? :D Also I have arduino uno which I never used..

Thanks for doing this
Brane

Hey Brane,

Start here: https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software

I recommend to try to upload some of the included samples to the nano first, in order to see, if the upload works. You dont want to find out, that it does not work, once you have soldered it to the taprecise board ;-). Try the "Blink" sample, as it doesnt require any additional components. If it doesn't work (because you bought a cheap copy from China, you bad boy!), you can usually fix the with a specific driver (e.g. http://www.jens-bretschneider.de/aktuelle-treiber-fur-seriell-zu-usb-adapter/). I know that from experience (which makes me a bad boy as well, I gues...).

The cable I use came with a navigation system I bought 200x, but you can get 'em on ebay as well.

Let me know how it goes!

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Hi Matthias, I am close to finish my taprecise (waiting for few parts)... Since I don't know anything about coding and those stuff, what do I need for uploading code to arduino nano? Just a mini usb cable or? BTW where did you get that mini usb cable? :D Also I have arduino uno which I never used..

Thanks for doing this
Brane

Hey Brane,

Start here: https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software

I recommend to try to upload some of the included samples to the nano first, in order to see, if the upload works. You dont want to find out, that it does not work, once you have soldered it to the taprecise board ;-). Try the "Blink" sample, as it doesnt require any additional components. If it doesn't work (because you bought a cheap copy from China, you bad boy!), you can usually fix the with a specific driver (e.g. http://www.jens-bretschneider.de/aktuelle-treiber-fur-seriell-zu-usb-adapter/). I know that from experience (which makes me a bad boy as well, I gues...).

The cable I use came with a navigation system I bought 200x, but you can get 'em on ebay as well.

Let me know how it goes!

I missed your message :/

Thanks for all info, unfortunately I already solder arduino nano :D I hope it works. Soon as my cable comes I will know the truth :)

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hello there! This is an amazing looking project!
Just wanting to know if the code and schematic are available?
Would love to try this out!
Thanks!

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I got my mini usb cable and I plugged it to soldered arduino mini on my board and I have blinking LED, so it works right? :D What are basic settings?

Board is: Arduino mini?
Processor:??
Port:??
Programmer:?

Thanks
Brane