We’ve recently discovered a bug in the recently-released TAPLFO 3 code (how embarrassing!). The problem only affects the tap tempo feature of the TAPLFO3. Other chips like the VCLFO or STOMPLFO aren’t affected. We’ve fixed the code, and while we were working on it, we also improved the switch debouncing routine to be more tolerant of […]
The TAPLFO chip adds a powerful feature to your LFOs: you can set the LFO frequency by tapping a tempo on a button connected to the chip, or by changing the Tempo CV. With this chip you can build tap tempo effects units or stompboxes, tap tempo controlled drum machines or tap tempo sequencer clocks. […]
A pack of one hundred Electric Druid TapLFO 3 chip, available in a SOIC surface-mount package for manufacturers. This is not a stock item, but we can order chips in this format if requested. Download Electric Druid TAPLFO tap tempo LFO Datasheet The datasheet includes example circuit diagrams, example waveforms, and the chip pinout diagram.
2018 Note: Obsolete! This chip has been superseded by the TAPLFO 3 The new chip adds several features, has additional waveforms and improved resolution, and also no longer requires a crystal. It’s an improvement in pretty much every way! Head over and check out the data sheet. This simple Tap Tempo LFO is based on the […]
The TAPLFO 2D chip adds a powerful feature to your LFOs: you can set the LFO frequency by tapping a tempo on a button connected to the chip, or by changing the Tempo CV. With this chip you can build tap tempo effects units or stompboxes, tap tempo controlled drum machines or tap tempo sequencer […]
In the last six months, we’ve been very busy here in the Druid workshop, developing and testing new versions of our PIC-based chips. This work is now complete, so I’d like to introduce the new chips. Why bother? What was wrong with the old ones? Ok, there wasn’t anything much wrong with the old ones, […]
The STOMPLFO tap tempo chip is a simplified 8-pin version of our popular TAPLFO chip. It is intended to replace the typical (and boring!) dual op-amp Schmitt trigger/integrator LFO that turns up in a million stompbox and guitar pedal designs. It provides 8 waveforms including two interesting random waves, and can generate frequencies from 0.05Hz […]