This short article discusses an add-on to the following:
The Brute: A 3-channel Audio Amplifier For Leslie Speaker Emulation.
Treslie: 3-Phase Leslie Speaker System.
LEM: Leslie Emulation Control System using PIC Microcontroller (18F26K20) based on Pequeno board, (Arduino-alike) and 3 DACs.
Shortly after completing LEMS, The Brute and Treslie, (see links above) it became apparent to me, that [...]
Over 1500 ready-made SVG guitar chords, either to download or use online
I resisted the temptation to make this post the 4th in the recent series: Guitar Chord Diagrams in SVG? It is a little more than that.
Over the 3 posts on SVG chords I’ve emphasized that my aim was to achieve an easy method of [...]
Now! Embed SVG chords directly in OpenOffice.Org Writer Documents!
Update 19th June 2012: Python SVG Chord generator code now available
Previous posts on this subject can be accessed by the following mini-menu:
Read part 1 of this topic
Invoking the Chord Engine & what it produces.
Feeling left out? Chords for the left-handed player.
A sample auto-generated SVG Guitar [...]
Updated 21st October 2011 & 17th June 2012. Chord engine now includes scaling, and SVG chords can now be embedded directly in OpenOffice.Org Writer documents (see part 3)
This will be the concluding article on drawing Guitar Chord Diagrams using SVG. Any further material (yes, there will be more!) I generate will be added to this, [...]
Caveat: The chord shapes defined in SVG on this post may not show in certain browsers.
The browsers which correctly render SVG I have tried are: Google Chrome 14.0.835.202 m, and Mozilla Firefox 7.0.1. Internet Explorer 8 does not display SVG correctly.
Update: 13th October 2011 & 17th June 2012
There are now 2nd and 3rd parts to [...]
Songs for Broken Voices ™ © 2009/2010/2011 J.W.Brown
Last updated 9th August 2011 by JWB
right 6th, 5th, 4th, 3rd, 2nd, 1st, or if you prefer it: fattest-string -> thinnest-string)
This is because the manuscripting tool I used (museScore) does not at present support chord diagrams.
This song, although deceptively simple in construction, is not easy [...]
This post describes the design and construction of a 3-phase loudspeaker intended for Leslie Speaker emulation. The unit is intended to be driven by a 3-channel audio amplifier The Brute, which in turn is controlled by LEMS, a micro-controller based control system, the construction of which both are described in companion posts.
Final tests on [...]
Updated: 16th July 2011 @ 3:02am
This post describes the design and construction of a Leslie Speaker Emulation System (LEMS) control unit, based around an 18F26K20 PIC Microcontroller. The unit is intended to be used to split an audio signal into 3 phases, amplitude modulate these and feed to a Leslie Speaker Emulation driver unit [...]
This post describes the design and construction of a 3-channel, 30 watts per channel, audio amplifier. Although my amp incorporates two antique HY60 power modules, construction details are given for construction using the modern TDA2050A, capable of yielding 32 watts. The amplifier is intended to be used as a Leslie Speaker Emulation driver unit, delivering [...]
A set of modules to build a CamCorder Audio Mixer, or other general purpose use.
I have a CamCorder. Not the latest flash-memory whizz-bang, but a venerable, though entirely reliable, Panasonic VDR-M55EB with CD-Ram. It’s great for out and about shooting, reliable and easy to use, and when I needed to rehearse the making of a [...]