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PIC16F84A discolight effect with bass beat control
This is an early picture of my discolight effect. Because of the AGC circuit theres no need for potentionmeters for sensitivity adjust. I replaced them with trimmers. Now the microphone is on the control electronics because theres no need to place it outside the box and the possible noises from the surroundings are reduced.
Programming the PIC - Adjustments
After you succesfully built the whole hardware you need to adjust the trimmers very precisely. If you dont experiment a few times with adjusting them then its possible that the PIC will not recognise every beat because of the small amplifycation level. Or,it will do several things at only one beat.So you have to find the best adjustment.
You will need Eagle from CADsoft to view the .sch and .brd files.
This is my first PIC project.While I developed the code i learnt very much about coding a PIC. If you are interested in building it up please let me know!I would really like to know if my project is useful for other people too.
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