Doom 2 – Readme, on a Musical Tesla Coil

Played on my own DRSSTC2 Tesla Coil: http://kaizerpowerelectronics.dk/tesla-coils/kaizer-drsstc-ii/

Learn how to build your own DRSSTC to play music: http://kaizerpowerelectronics.dk/tesla-coils/drsstc-design-guide/

MIDI/Music interrupters you can build yourself:

4 channel polyphonic MIDI: https://highvoltageforum.net/index.php?topic=1020.0

1 channel compact/simple USB MIDI: https://highvoltageforum.net/index.php?topic=1117.0

1 channel analog audio: http://kaizerpowerelectronics.dk/tesla-coils/musical-sstcdrsstc-interrupter/

Mads Barnkob

Electrician, programmer, experimenter and amateur scientist with experience in industry automation, programming and all kinds of high voltage generating electronics. Administrator of www.kaizerpowerelectronics.dk and the high voltage community forum www.highvoltageforum.net

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5 thoughts on “Doom 2 – Readme, on a Musical Tesla Coil

  1. Hi Mads

    Many thanks for these details as I am considering building a DRSSTC your DRSSTC design guide will come in very handy.

    Kind regards

    Phil

  2. I feel honored that you linked to my polyphonic interrupter. Thank you!

    I wanted to add that it can do way more than only 4 voices. Default is already 8 voices! And you can control not only one, but up to 6 coils with one interrupter – independantly. This makes 48 voices total.

    Considering your video, it sounds like the notes start and end rather soft. Is this from the MIDI file or has your interrupter some kind of ADSR capabilities?

    Kind regards,
    Max

  3. Hi Mads
    Many thanks for your advice. I am already a member HVF but will certainly look at starting a thread.

    Kind regards

    Phil

  4. Hi Max

    By 4 channels I meant to say it could control 4 individual coils, as I also said in some of the MIDI threads, the MIDI protocol is not my strong side.
    I used the OneTesla MIDI interrupter in this video, hardly any MIDI editing before just converting it to OMD and putting it on the SD card. Details on how that interrupter works should be available here: http://onetesla.com/products/sd-card-interrupter-kit.html and I can see that getting the kickstarter at 70$ was an okay deal compared to now 🙂

    Kind regards
    Mads

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