The PedalPCB Terrarium is a compact pedal interface for the Electrosmith Daisy Seed DSP.
- Six Potentiometers
- Four Toggle switches
- Two Momentary Footswitches
- Two LEDs
No components, hardware, or Daisy Seed is included.
- Designed for a 125B enclosure with top-mounted jacks
tcpoint (verified owner) –
Just got mine and started programming it. I’ve been a C++ for many years so I’m having a fun time programming it. Sounds really good and seems to have a lot of power.
firstname.lastname@example.org (verified owner) –
Perfect. I run into a few troubles because I am a complete digital moron (something that I am trying to fix with this build).
Anyhow, I ended up being capable of flashing the rhythmic delay V2 posted on this forum and it sounds amazing. I recommend.
varlogtim (verified owner) –
Excellent product. Things went together smoothly and with minimal effort. Order of operations is important! 🙂 Put the pots and switches in the case, then solder.
markypizz (verified owner) –
Love it! It’s been great to program. One thing to note in this design is that audio is always going through the Daisy, digital dry, digital wet. Some circuitry for analog dry-through would have been sweet. Simple enough to add on my own though.
Keith Bloemer (verified owner) –
Having a blast running different effects on this thing, and looking forward to writing my own. The build was mostly straight-forward, pay attention to component sizes (as labeled in the build docs) because there is not much room under the daisy seed board, so make sure they fit before soldering.