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Building a Lyra-8 Synthesiser Part 2: Completing Assembly, Debugging and Designing a Case

Dave Ives
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I currently look after production at AB Open. I have a background in the arts, environmental conservation and IT support. In my spare time I do a bit of DJing and I like making things.

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January 20, 2021 12:30

I am on the waiting list for the PCBs so I'm excited to start on this project. I'm wondering about the "keyboard" pads. Where did you find them?

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January 21, 2021 09:12

@AndreasKitzmann ... having said that, these would work too even though they are a slightly higher profile - https://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/thumb-screws/6644631/

January 21, 2021 09:13

@AndreasKitzmann Hi - I found them on a "well known internet auction site". I think I did a search for "M3 10mm knurled thumb screws". Hope that helps.

January 5, 2021 15:03

perhaps using a hi intensity LED running on a low current... would fix the noise and dim problem...?

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December 29, 2020 13:38

Very interested on how you made the enclosure- Is there instructions anywhere on how to do this? You mentioned bending the acrylic and laser cutting it, also etching the fonts on the panel- I'd like to see what is used for these steps. Doesn't have to be this project specifically.

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January 21, 2021 09:12

@jweaver Hi - if you search for bending acrylic on YouTube you should find some useful tutorials

bdh

June 9, 2020 07:13

Hi Dave - Thanks for the answer that a schematic is not available. Is it possible to get a set of the boards as you did?

Bruce

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June 9, 2020 07:49

@bdh Hi - details of how to order the boards are on Soma's web site here - https://somasynths.com/lyra-8-diy/

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