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Salinger 3

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4 hours ago
Part 10 bonus /10...
Part 10 bonus /10 ▶ Lil Louis - French Kiss

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Y8w2W1uy2A

Grand classique de la musique techno part 10 bonus. (1989)


Lil Louis - French Kiss


Salinger 3

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4 hours ago
Part 10/10 ▶ Rhyt...
Part 10/10 ▶ Rhythim Is Rhythim - Strings of Life (Original Mix)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiCEGXGm-z0

Grand classique de la musique techno part 10. (1989)


Rhythim Is Rhythim - Strings of Life (Original Mix)


Salinger 3

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5 hours ago
Part 9/10 ▶ Faith...
Part 9/10 ▶ Faithless: Insomnia (Forever Faithless)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuqEbRzy_t8

Grand classique de la musique techno part 9 dont on ne connaitra jamais la fin. (1996)


Faithless - Insomnia


Part 8/10 ▶ Cygnu...
Part 8/10 ▶ Cygnus X The Orange Theme

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ub4AzeZAiQA

Grand classique de la musique techno part 8Que d'émotions dans ce morceau. Que de bons souvenirs


Cygnus X The Orange Theme


Salinger 3

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5 hours ago
Part 7 ▶ Legend B...
Part 7 ▶ Legend B Lost In Love

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27AXunGRo5E

Grand classique de la musique techno part 7@{Perig Gouanvic ; perig_gouanvic_biomed_etc@diasp.org}


Legend B Lost In Love


Salinger 3

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4 hours ago
Part 6 ▶ Aurora B...
Part 6 ▶ Aurora Borealis - The Milky Way

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AegdK1f5CRc

Grand classique de la musique techno part 6


Aurora Borealis - The Milky Way


Salinger 3

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6 hours ago
Part 5 ▶ Capricor...
Part 5 ▶ Capricorn - 20 Hz

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5labhy9PonA

Grand classique de la musique techno part 5


Capricorn - 20 Hz


Salinger 3

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5 hours ago
Part4▶ Plastic Dr...
Part4▶ Plastic Dreams - Jaydee ORIGINAL

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jy1YDMBNfdU

Grand classique de la musique techno part 4


Plastic Dreams - Jaydee ORIGINAL


Part 3 ▶ Joey Bel...
Part 3 ▶ Joey Beltram - Energy Flash - R&S Records Classics

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALsHox5sYCk)

Grand classique de la musique techno part 3



Salinger 3

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4 hours ago
Part 1 : ▶ JB3 - ...
Part 1 : ▶ JB3 - Forklift (Luke Slater Filtered Mix)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpRnXpRZlYY

Grand classique de la musique techno part 1


JB3 - Forklift (Luke Slater Filtered Mix)


Salinger 3

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4 hours ago
Part 2 ▶ Jeff Mil...
Part 2 ▶ Jeff Mills - The Bells

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KevUFO2moZI

Grand classique de la musique techno part 2


Jeff Mills - The Bells


Rosenrot

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9 hours ago
Kiasmos - thrown
### Kiasmos - thrown



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQvGlXl95n4
kiasmos - thrown (HD video)


CyberSDF

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19 hours ago
My #music #album ...
My "SQUALL" is now avalaible at @bandcamp

https://cybersdf.bandcamp.com/album/squall


▶ #SlamRadio - 11...
[▶ - 112 - Luke Slater in Slam Radio](https://soundcloud.com/soma/slamradio-112-luke-slater?in=soma%2Fsets%2Fslam-radio)


#SlamRadio - 112 - Luke Slater by soma


CyberSDF

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2 days ago
I've just release...
I've just released a with a bit of
Go listen my last : "Abyss"
https://soundcloud.com/cybersdf/abyss
Abyss by CyberSDF


lucky one

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3 days ago
#music #electro #...

### Some Electro goodness!

I had fun doing this track and I'm quite happy of the result :)

Tell me what you think!

http://soundcloud.com/lucky-one/lucky-one-bubbles
lucky one - Bubbles by lucky one


Salinger 3

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5 days ago
Franck Vigroux - ...
Franck Vigroux - Secret Thirteen Interview | Secret Thirteen - Infinite Music and Art Journal -

http://secretthirteen.org/interview-with-franck-vigroux/

Franck Vigroux is a French musician, instrumentalist, composer, turntablist and movie director, who covers wide musical range from avantgarde and improvisational music to experimental and extreme kinds of electronic music.



Scotty Innit

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6 days ago
▶ Aphex Twin - On...
**▶ Aphex Twin - On (µ-Ziq Mix) - Unofficial Video - - YouTube** - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwY9KKrn1qk


Aphex Twin - On (-Ziq Mix) - Unofficial Video -


cokefriend

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1 week ago
Any ideas on how to wire this together?

It's a very basic idea. I will include a diagram at the bottom for clarity.

So right now, my speakers and subwoofer are independent in volume control, but both are connected to the back of my computer using a splitter to share the sound due to my speakers using an external amplifier while the subwoofer is powered and has its own amplifier.

It is possible for me to plug my phone into the back of the amplifier through an auxiliary cable in order to play music through the speakers, but obviously it doesn't play through the subwoofer.

Any way for me to get it so my PC and phone somehow can share the subwoofer and amped speakers? I can't think of anything right now other than somehow linking my subwoofer into my amp which isn't possible.

Here is the wiring diagram of my setup drawn in paint lol

The speakers are Micca MB42X, the amplifier is Lepai 2020, the powered subwoofer is for one of those 5.1 logitech systems, but I got rid of the 5 speakers for my Micca MB42X and just couldn't afford a new subwoofer.




asuspower

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7 days ago
Quick question: salvaging parts from a motherboard

I have a motherboard with heaps of caps, it's fairly new but it's not working anymore and has been sitting on my desk for about a year, anyway, is it a good idea to desolder the caps and reuse them or something like that? (I know, they'll be short :|)

There's also a ton of regulators and stuff like that on there :)

It's so tempting to not salvage it and keep it/put it in something so I can look at it, it's a very lovely board (although I've got an identical I'm using now in my PC)




qmcDt

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1 week ago
Weller WES51 Battery Mod?

I have a Weller WES51 that I love and use just about every day, it is without a doubt the best piece of equipment I own. My experience with electronics has shown me that most devices take household 110VAC and eventually end up using some form of DC. Does anyone have experience with the innards of a soldering iron like this? I'd really like to be able to run it off battery power with a nice simple mod, keep it as stock as possible, but I have no idea what the electronics inside are like, other than a huge transformer as seen in searching Google images.




chiruchi

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7 days ago
Adding delay to a useless-box circuit

I've got myself one of those things everyone needs called usually with silly names like "useless box" when they're quite the opposite. You know, the thing where you flick a switch and a "finger" comes out of the box and turns it off again.

Anyway, the one that I got from eBay does work quite well, but has practically no delay after flicking the switch. Also the motor is too fast to my taste, so the whole cycle last only about a second or so from flicking the switch to ON position.

I'm looking for a simple way to:

a) add delay to the process by adding basically a timber after pressing the switch after which the turning off process would start

b) as a bonus perhaps slow down the motor a notch.

c) even bigger bonus to add a bit of randomness to the process by varying the timer and/or motor speed on each time

The one that I have is pretty much this one: http://www.ebay.com/itm/LEAVE-ME-ALONE-Useless-Box-Kit-Ultimate-Machine-Science-Kit-DIY-Version-/151459693997?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2343b385ad

So it's purely mechanic in a way that there's no logic chips in the circuit.

And it's running on 2 x AA batteries in series so optimal circuit would work with that 3V but it's not a problem to add another battery or change the voltage if the delaying needs that.

I do also have a couple of Arduinos lying around so there's always a possibility to just do the entire logic with that, but if there's a simpler solution I'm interested in that at this point since I'm considering giving some of these modified boxes as a gift and adding an Arduino to each is not optimal :)




MBuoya

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1 week ago
Triggering a 555 with another 555.

Hello everyone,

I'm trying to build a reaction timer circuit, when you press the "Start" button, a light will come on, once the light turns off, the timer will start then you'll press the "Stop" button to stop the timer.

I was able to make the timer circuit, and I made a monostable 555 to trigger the LED.

The problem I'm having is, I can't figure out how to trigger my counter circuit to start counting once the LED goes off.

Also, does anyone know how to stop a 7490 counter? It's being fed a clock from a 555.

Thank you anyone for any help!!




Four Tet - The Fader mix May 1, 2008
### Four Tet - The Fader mix May 1, 2008



http://www.mixcloud.com/SD2/four-tet-dj-set-mix-the-fader-may-1-2008/
Four Tet ?Dj Set? Mix - The Fader May 1, 2008


Mac_Attack18

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1 week ago
Need help catching the Office Food Thief.

So someone in my office has been eating a lot of peoples lunches/breakfast food in the fridge/freezer. I wanted to setup a simple device that would sit in the box, I have for my frozen breakfast sandwich and make an obnoxious noise, when the box was opened. The box is a box of aunt jemima breakfast sandwich. It holds 6 not 2 though. My plan is to go into work very early and wait for this device to go off and run and find out who it is. Anybody have an idea on a device I can use or make to do this.




asuspower

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1 week ago
Dave from EEVblog investigates very serious Rigol DS1000Z & DS2000 Oscilloscope Jitter Problems



asuspower

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1 week ago
Can anyone ID this cap? (SMD,Pics inside)

I have no clue, it seems like a Nichicon cap but I can't find any information about it from a google search.

Sorry for the blurry picture, I swear the camera will focus on anything except for the capacitor

https://i.imgur.com/1fxnUYf.jpg

It's the one to the left of the IC

Writing says

22CJ

330

35V

Also, is the dent in it supposed to be facing outwards? Because it is...

Thanks for the help.




psytr0nic

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1 week ago
Car Diagnostic stuff .. wanna more info

Hi , Im mobile phone technician ( http://dcserviceteam.blogspot.com/ ) .. now I wanna learn Car diagnostic and add it in my daily .. but firstly I want some info about this field .. like the beginning stuffs , etc .. am reading to invest in that ..




Flux Pavilion - Mountains & feat. Turin Brakes (Odjbox Remix)

## Flux Pavilion - Mountains & feat. Turin Brakes (Odjbox Remix)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=foJqNCto6K8


Flux Pavilion - Mountains & Molehills feat. Turin Brakes (Odjbox Remix)


alexlesuper

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1 week ago
Does anyone have any experience with MAX21100 IMU chips?

I've recently started a project with Maxim's MAX21100 IMU. Usually, the chip manufacturers write basic high-level drivers to speed up development, but I can't find anything. Does anyone know where I can find c drivers or do I have to write everything myself?




psppb

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1 week ago
Fan Tach signal conditioning

I have a 50% duty cycle 100khz signal that is ether 6.2 volts (high) or 1 volt (low). I need to chop the signal down to 1.8 volts (high) and 0 volts (low) after I run it through an optoisolator. I have been using a comparator with a 1.25 precision source but I cannot seem to get a decent signal to drive an optocoupler and get my 1.8 / 0 pulse out the end? Any suggestions. I was using LTspice for the most part




theperiodictable

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1 week ago
Custom guitar pedals

Hey ya'll! I'm currently in the process of prototyping a fuzz pedal for my friend's bass guitar. I've looked around for schematics, and I settled on this one: http://www.musicfromouterspace.com/index.php?MAINTAB=SYNTHDIY&PROJARG=VOCODER2013/VOCODER2013.php&CATPARTNO=VOCODER2013&PN=1&SONGID=NONE

It works for the most part but it's got an unbearable hum when the string isn't being plucked. Do any of you know where I can find more effects pedal schematic. I want to try a bunch and see which one works best.




clearspark

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1 week ago
If you have any questions about FCC certification or CE Mark, ask me anything.

I used to own an FCC test lab. I'll do my best to help with whatever you're working on.

Edit: This was fun, but I have to go and enjoy the weekend outside. If you have any more questions, most of the answers, including in depth answers to most of the questions below, are contained in my eBook called "Global Certifications for Makers and Hardware Startups".




xkarya

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1 week ago
my arduino based plant monitor (x-post from r/arduino)


scott_fx

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1 week ago
help reading data sheet for a digital pot

Hey guys,

I want to control an aftermarket seat heater; in my classic car, with a micro-controller but i'm not sure the best way to do it.

the seat heater have a 5 position potentiometer that takes 12v signal (5 amps) to adjust the temp

originally i was going to use a high current motor driver and use the pwm to control the seat temp. I have the hardware to do this if it's a viable solution, but i was thinking about using a digital pot instead (to make it more compact)

i came across the analog devices' AD5290.pdf But i'm having a hard time figuring out if it can handle the current load of the seat heater.

Would someone be willing to quickly look it over and help a novice out?

thank you




riesenarethebest

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1 week ago
Friend's cross-platform USB-based LED controller's kickstarter, "Allpixel," already hit funding! (xpost with hwstartup)


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