Author Topic: Tap tempo LFO with the ATtiny85  (Read 5468 times)


Tap tempo LFO with the ATtiny85
« on: January 03, 2014, 08:03:08 PM »
I hope I'm not out of line here, but I figured I'd share this with all of you here in case there's any interest. I know there are a few available chips for this stuff here already, and they're probably as good or better than what I've been cooking together. But in the interest of learning, and because it's a lot of fun, I wanted to make my own. - source code, some schematics and a basic PDF with info.

I wanted an 8-pin DIP AVR chip that I can integrate into some of my favorite effects to make them a bit more useful. I also wanted to make it controllable by an external chip. - tap-tempo tremolo, schematic and vero layout. - tap-tempo phaser, schematic and vero layout.

Right now I have a tremolo and a phaser that I can control using a central tap unit (same chip), but I'm aiming to extend the feature set of the central controller and also add tap-tempo delay. Goal is to have a single tempo unit on the pedal board that can supply base tempo to all relevant effects.

Hope I'm making sense. Tell me if I'm not.


Re: Tap tempo LFO with the ATtiny85
« Reply #1 on: January 03, 2014, 08:25:25 PM »
That's awesome, thanks for sharing! Seems like a more simple version of the TapLFO. I have used your site a few times for layouts, but this is very cool!


Re: Tap tempo LFO with the ATtiny85
« Reply #2 on: September 28, 2016, 07:11:14 AM »
It's realy an awsome project. I'm impressed !