Archive for the 'BYTE HEAVEN R&D' Category

I put all the things in the box thing and now it’s a thing

Monday, January 16th, 2017

Everything fits into the box! Definitely not the final switches, or functionality, or layout, or anything. The amber LED is a definite keeper, though! I know they’re not very retro, but I like the knobs. They are too tall for a stompbox, unfortunately. To my surprise, everything works as designed. I got the phase switch […]

Box o’ parts

Monday, January 9th, 2017

Opened my big box of parts from Mouser and sorted through it. Can you spot $45 worth of the wrong switch? :) (Wrong switch: 100% my fault, BTW.) Wow a lot of things came today! The bare boards are here too! Still missing the toggle switches, but the other parts are all here. So far […]

The no-longer-secret bass stompbox project

Friday, January 6th, 2017

Updates on the not-widely-known Seltzer program are delayed, because I am finishing up the super secret bass stompbox project. It’s not fancy, it’s just badly needed. Every BYTE HEAVEN project exists because I need one and nobody else is making it. The project, code named “Reluctant,” is proceeding nicely. Circuit boards and components are in […]