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    Default Tap Sync, Program wanted.

    Wanted, tap sync program for Ardunio or ATmega 168 platforms,

    Simple, Debounce a button and measure the space between 4 taps with the counter/timer and then using the 5th tap, start pulsing a output line with a short pulse at the measured rate.

    Well, simple to describe, anyways.

    I can trade hardware or something, not much budget for this project.

    Steve

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    I played often with arduino's and actually coded a beat tapper to calculate the BPM between each taps, but not with the 5th tap thing. I could modify the code and send this to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dnstje View Post
    I played often with arduino's and actually coded a beat tapper to calculate the BPM between each taps, but not with the 5th tap thing. I could modify the code and send this to you?
    That would make my day. I'm still trying to figure out Arduino coding.

    What I am trying to do is add tap sync to the analog abstract console design to step through colors and waveforms on the beat. Abstracts are not going to work for techno very well without it. The idea is the Arduino drives a CMOS counter chip that drives a analog switch chip to change some settings on the board, on the beats. It just has to get close, the eye and brain will tie things in.

    The fifth tap thing was just a way to make the effect go on the first beat of a measure. Its not needed. Three taps usually works just as well as five and I'm sure two work as well.

    Thanks, Steve

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