HI, sorry for my late reply, I just saw this comment.A guy in the forum made a pedalSHIELD UNO using a stripboard, I did not try it myself so I cannot verify it, but you can have a look:https://www.electrosmash.com/forum/pedalshield-uno...And regarding: "The schematic is kinda confusing (pin 8 shown twice ? 2 different ways?)" the schematic https://www.electrosmash.com/images/tech/pedalshield-uno/pedalshield-uno-schematic.png show the pin 4 and 8 of the op-amp two times, the pin 8 is power (to be connected to 5V) and the pin 4 is ground.
Oh that would be so cool! :o
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Ive never tried... I am afraid that it wont probably work with the Orange Pi.
It works for sure with the Pi Zero and the Wireless Pi Zero, the code it is developed using the BCM2835 processor libraries. This processor is also used in the Raspberry Pi Model A, B, B+ and the Compute Module.Looking at the pinout, the Raspberry Pi 1B+ looks compatible in theory it should work but in practise nobody tried yet.
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Hi, I did not try to connect a microphone to it yet, but the pedalSHIELD DUE circuit is pretty similar and we connected a Shure SM57 microphone without problems, so in theory it should work the same for the Pedal-Pi, have a look at this:https://www.electrosmash.com/forum/hardware-pedalshield/39-connecting-a-microphone-to-pedalshield
Have a look at this:https://www.electrosmash.com/forum/pedal-pi/260-how-to-launch-and-effect-just-powering-pi-zero
Yes, that is a cool idea ;), you can use the Pedal-Pi and connect the output to a simple LM386 amplifier like the Smokey Amp or as you said get a cheap eBay DIY bluetooth amp.
Hi, yes in the forum there is an example of a multi effects (Booster+Fuzz+Delay+Echo) guitar pedal, also Blitz City DIY built a a Circuit Playground Controller for the Pedal Pi.
Hi, yes in the forum there is an example of a multi effects (Booster+Fuzz+Delay+Echo) guitar pedal, also Blitz City DIY built a a Circuit Playground Controller for the Pedal Pi
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The Arduino UNO ADC span is 5V, so it can work with a music player signal. In the input stage there is also an amplifier, you can trim the gain from 1 to 21 so you can use it to amplify a mic input.However take into consideration that it is a lo-fi project, dont expect CD quility out of it ;)
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