Open.Theremin.UNO Housing

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Wood Housing Pro

Solid wood housing. Looks so nice.

Acrylic Lasercut Housing

Inspired by Dietmars acrylic housing I designed this snap together laser cut version. The design files are on Thingiverse.com - Thing 180790.

 

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0 #16 Macka 2014-06-09 07:09
I'm very much wanting to build this, but I think I'll try to make some changes:

*Add another audio output channel for earphones (pitch preview)
*Change to a rotary encoder
*Add MIDI output
*Add some sort of interface to change the waveform
*Integrate the microcontroller into the main PCB so no arduino is required

Do you think these thing would be possible? Do you think these things will be difficult?
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+2 #15 Urs 2013-03-06 18:52
Micro USB connector :
The Arduino Leonardo has Micro USB I guess and this should work as well...
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0 #14 Mike 2013-03-05 23:36
I love your new design. I would be interested in using the Micro USB connector instead of the one you are using. Since almost all phones use the micro connector for power or transfer to computer it would be smaller and very compatible.

I would also love to buy one when available.
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0 #13 Allen Oster 2013-03-02 01:50
Just thinking... It would be pretty cool to be able to take a vocal track, put it in a DAW, hit play and use a Theremin to do on-the-fly autotuning.
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0 #12 Urs 2012-12-11 14:30
Quoting Malcolm Peill:
I wondered if a rotary encoder would be preferable to the control potentiometer you've added to the Arduino analog in. (maybe just a personal preference).
Please also add me to the list of those wanting to buy a kit once it's ready.


As the design is now it should be easily possible to add an encoder instead of the potentiometer (signal going to Arduino Pin). Will consider this in the programming. Thanks.
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0 #11 Malcolm Peill 2012-12-11 13:51
I wondered if a rotary encoder would be preferable to the control potentiometer you've added to the Arduino analog in. (maybe just a personal preference).
Please also add me to the list of those wanting to buy a kit once it's ready.
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+1 #10 Urs 2012-12-10 09:58
Quoting antimatter:
so....when can we buy it??

I just sent of the file to make a first prototype of the OpenTheremin.UNO with arduino. I will let you know when I have a small batch to share and also make a new call. Tried to include all of your ideas - if you have ideas on the housing or the software please share and make open.theremin.uno even better.
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0 #9 antimatter 2012-12-07 22:10
so....when can we buy it??
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0 #8 Urs 2012-11-13 17:24
Quoting Veli:
Hi Urs,

Instead of TL072 / TL074, I would recommend to use LM358 / LM324 because we'll have asymmetric power voltage. E.g. the TL072 works best with symmetric power source.


Cool, didn't know that. Will do that.
Thanks.
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0 #7 Veli 2012-11-13 10:19
Hi Urs,

Instead of TL072 / TL074, I would recommend to use LM358 / LM324 because we'll have asymmetric power voltage. E.g. the TL072 works best with symmetric power source.
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