You can easily make music at home by using the included mixer and some audio components (see the included schematic diagram). The mixer consists of a 2-channel 2×4, with a 1/8″ stereo input and a 1/8″ stereo output. (It needs to be paired with a 1/4″ headphone jack for stereo sources.) The mixer also has a built-in line filter and a subwoofer input.
There are a few things to be aware of:
There was no “audio output jacks” on the original circuit. They are hidden in the signal path inside the 2×4, so you cannot use them to turn on/off a signal from the headphone or mic jack. They may have been added later.
Some versions of the original circuit used analog filters instead of digital filters. I don’t recommend using digital filters in this circuit: I have been unable to get the unit to reproduce bass frequencies, particularly high-frequency bass, reliably in the stereo circuit unless I use a preamp with very good performance. Digital filters often are not designed to be able to reproduce bass frequencies correctly. You want a filter that produces sound that is accurate to the level of the source (typically between 0.1 and 1 kHz). Digital filters usually have a high frequency response which is not suitable for low-frequency applications, if at all.
It is difficult to do a clean analog signal to clean analog mixers. Mixers that are used for clean analog mixes often make the signal stronger so that the mixer cannot recognize the clean mix when sent to the PC. A clean analog amplifier is better able to reproduce the signal than a strong analog mixer.
Some digital mixers do not support a 2×4 (or a line level input). You may add an extra circuit to allow you to run a line or ground level level input. Check the schematic schematics for examples.
What happens if you use a microphone in your signal path?
The 1/4″ stereo jack is a common signal path to send a mic signal to an amplifier. The digital circuit on the original circuit would be broken due to the lack of 2x4s. However, you can connect an additional analog amplifier to the 2×4 in the mixer and get a very clean signal to feed your mic. This amplifier may be used on the line level line to supply an additional mic input. You only need to hook this input to the same “output source” which has been used
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