facon wrote:Thanks for the heads up! I didn't have any problem with that one sticking when it was down. I can imagine it's a pain though. Especially since the pots aren't attached to the chassis. If something like that happens and you have a little space underneath the knob, use a shoe string to pull it off. Just slip it under the knob, place the it on the floor, put your foot on the enclosure and pull up.
If the knobs are too close around the cutoff/resonance and attack/decay, I may just use something different for those. Perhaps the #2. I do like the larger knob around the frequency because it's so touchy.
I've read over your blog quite a few times! Thank you for posting the info you've found. I'm debating on getting one of those panels, but am waiting to see if more mods pop up. You mentioned that you think the VCO is a little hot for the filter. What would you say to adding a resistor right into the VCO jumper to attenuate the signal a bit? Instead of having an external attenuator.
muksys wrote:Ah that's why. I ordered the knurled shaft ones. DO NOT USE THOSE!!
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