I’ve been working on (still am to be honest) a new version of the tap-tempo LFO. There’s a few new features, like:
- Rotary encoder input toggling between and selecting multiplier, waveform and tempo adjustments.
- The just mentioned speed adjustment – You can now micro-adjust a given tempo rather than having to tap in a new one.
- New “random” waveform – I hope to get some fun out of this one myself.
- Many new multipliers (Base tempo is 4/4):
- Whole notes
- Dotted half notes (new)
- Half notes
- Dotted quarter notes (new)
- Quarter notes (1:1)
- Dotted eighth notes (new)
- Eighth notes
- Dotted sixteenth notes (new)
- Triplet notes (new)
- Sixteenth notes
- LED indicators for both base tempo and actual tempo (current multiplier).
It’s not done yet, but getting there. I plan on also bringing the attiny85 up to the same standard (minus a few features). As earlier, I’ll also try to keep a few pre-programmed chips available for those who prefer not to get into the programming side of things.
Keep watching this space for more info soon.