Is mainly targeted to people considering building echo gear. I’m transparent on what’s required as I’m an advocate of sharing information and putting also effort in fact finding.
This domain of guitar audio effects, in particular echo, nicely compliments my long engineering experience and education so it’s for me, as a retired person, the best winter/rain hobby I enjoy very much while adding value to the guitar players on a non-commercial base, a labour of love affair!
Main objective of the blog is supporting discussions on the eTAP2 HW project in it’s final stage. It also allows for a more in-depth knowledge in the inner workings.
The presented solution, although based on the eTAP2HW project, is designed to accept, as a generic solution, any SKRM motherboard already programmed by OCT.
This project’s main goal is to create an echo device with emulations of vintage echo’s known to be used by guitar groups around 1960. The aditional build requirements are to allow people to build it themselfs as a DIY job. All parts are chosen to allow building the unit with standard tools.