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Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – LED Stage Lights

Past posts of this series:

Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – Einführung

Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – Introduction
Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – Playmobil parts


 

I bought some stage lights from Playmobil (see also my post on the Playmobil parts):

They have a diameter of 1cm inside. So I thought „why not buy big LEDs that fit in there?“. I measured and looked through the online shop of http://www.conrad.de. I figured out that the 10mm LEDs will not fit because they have a slightly wider ring on the bottom. The 8mm LEDs also have this ring but this one is about 10mm so fit perfectly.

I bought 9 of these in the colors red, yellow and green (after the guy at the parts counter wanted to also sell me white ones. Right before going to the checkout I saw that they cost 4.95 EUR each. He nearly got me. Now I know I always have to ask for the price of all parts, even if they seem nearly the same…).

Back home I calculated the resistors needed and came up with the following results using http://ledcalc.com/:

Green LED

https://www.conrad.de/de/led-bedrahtet-gruen-rund-8-mm-3-mcd-60-20-ma-22-v-l-793-gd-180343.html

Red LED

https://www.conrad.de/de/led-bedrahtet-rot-rund-8-mm-3-mcd-60-20-ma-2-v-l-793-id-180327.html

Yellow LED

https://www.conrad.de/de/led-bedrahtet-gelb-rund-8-mm-3-mcd-60-20-ma-21-v-kingbright-l-793yd-180475.html?sc.ref=Product%20Details

What I didn’t think of was how bright they would be. When I connected everything I was a bit disappointed but having a look at the data sheets I understood why and blamed myself. They only have 3 mcd of light. That’s really next to nothing. A candle has about 1000 mcd. So I will go back to using 5mm LEDs that are cheaper and easier to find in various colors and with a much higher mcd value. Lesson learned!

I then just ordered a cheap LED set from ebay with higher mcd values and 5 colors each in sizes 5mm and 3mm. Those are quite acceptable in brightness. Only the green LED is very dark (although it has the highest mcd ratings… can anyone explain that? I experimented with resistors from 82 ohm to 100 ohm but it is not very bright). I won’t do the full resistor math here, just use an online LED calculator

The light distribution is very wide but I also had some LEDs from a cheap starter set which are more like a spot light. I will combine both and will place the spots. I also have red, blue and green LEDs from those but the green ones have the same brightness problem so I will just use red and blue. I combine the red and blue spots together with the yellow ones from the set in the Playmobil spots and have two white spots at fixed points at the side of the stage for the disco mirror ball (5cm diameter) I bought from Conrad:

The spotlights are mounted on a 4mm aluminum rod:

That is a tight fit but is just the right tension to not move easily and be able to move the spots.

Schematics LED controller board

From my HUEify project I had good experiences with using a MOSFET to drive LEDs so I bought some BUZ11 again (I know, not the best ones to use but at least here a very cheap way to go). So the plan is to drive the LEDs in color groups, each driven by a BUZ11. In the groups the LEDs will be connected in parallel with a resistor each.

This is the basic cabling for one LED. There are two pin headers for power (top=GND, botton=5V) and one pin header for the control pin of the Arduino. Three of the LEDs are connected to one MOSFET with common 5V. The build process is documented in the following pictures:

Resistors first, then the cables to LED’s anode (red cabling).

Then solder the MOSFETs, the pin headers for the control pins and the pin headers for GND in place (I took 2 here which was a good decision in the end. I will explain that later). If you have a closer look at the picture above: do you see what’s wrong? Post it in the comments… Always double-check before soldering!

On the right side is another pin header (also 2 pins here) for the 5V power. Above are the black cablings from the LED’s cathodes. The lower part is for the white LEDs for the mirror ball. I messed up with one resistor so I had to solder a third one… Here the cabling is a bit different because I wired them directly to pins 9 and 10 of the Arduino. I also messed up with the black cable: it goes to the LED’s anode, not cathode so I used yellow cabling to the anode to be reminded of the mistake. It helped! And finally some hot glue to hold everything in place (that is a whole lot of cables…)

Here is a picture to give you an idea of the mess of cables (LED rings are also included there):

I used tape to hold the cable pairs together and marked them to see which is connected to which MOSFET. Also a good idea!

To put them into the spots I had to drill a hole in the spot itself. I think it was a 4mm drill that was perfectly fitting. After that I put some heat shrink tubing in place:

Putting the cables through and adding another small heat shrink tubing to the black wire:

Then I soldered the LED in place:

Always test after sodlering and before shrinking the heat shrink tubes:

Then put the LED into the spot and use hot glue to hold in place:

Last but not least put them on the rod (more on that in a future post):

In the following picture you can see one of the spot LEDs for the disco ball. They are just hot glued into the side walls:

And it’s always a good idea to prepare for mass production:

The control of the lights will be described in the software wrapup. Next week will be about the disco ball, including the control of the stepper motor.

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Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – Playmobil parts

In this post I will provide details about all the parts that I used and all the other music stuff I found and could be used.


Past parts of this series:

Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – Einführung (German introduction)
Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – Introduction


Playmobil sets

I found several music related sets and also wedding related ones that I will just list here. The picture is linked to Amazon using my partner ID. If you choose to buy something I would be glad if you’d use the link.

Music sets

Link and Picture Set number Set name (german)

4787 Musik-Clowns

4231 Zirkuskapelle

4329 Schulband

4784 Rockstar

5377 DJ Z
5602 Pop Stars Stage Bühne


5603 Pop Stars Tour Bus

5604 Pop Stars Keyboarder

5605 Pop Stars Band

5610 Musik Band

6983 Disco mit Liveshow

9095 Sängerin am Keyboard

Wedding sets

Link and Picture Set number Set name (german)

4298 Brautpaar mit Hochzeitstorte

4308 Hochzeitsgäste im Partyzelt

5163 Brautpaar

6871 StarterSet Hochzeit

9226 Brautmodengeschäft mit Salon

9227 Hochzeitslimousine

9228 Hochzeitsparty

9229 Hochzeitspavillon mit Brautpaar

9230 Fotograf mit Blumenkindern

From those sets I researched all the parts that I could use and got the prices and availabilty from the Playmobil spare parts service. Unfortunately I found the really helpful site http://playmodb.org/
after I researched everything via the manuals from Playmobil. But as a hint: use it if you search for something:

Playmobil Parts

To research the part numbers from sets just enter the set number:

And you will get all the details: http://playmodb.org/cgi-bin/showinv.pl?setnum=5602

And you can even get an inventory list (link on the top: Show text-only list with quantities:

This would have saved me some work. If you are not sure about the part, just match the part number from the inventory with the picture. For prices just go to the Playmobil service site and enter the part number:

Most of the parts I searched for had no picture and sometimes the names are also not the best ones. PlaymoDB is much better!

Another hint: Don’t forget to order the stickers for the parts that require some, e.g.:

Sometimes there are even several options:

At the service you have two options. The first one is to directly order in the shop. But there were nearly no parts available that I wanted to order. There is a hint that you have to make an individual order:

There is a separate form for that: https://www.playmobil.de/ersatzteilbestellung But there you can only enter 10 parts. I read some forum posts on http://www.klickywelt.de/ and they just call (also not cool if you want many parts) or send an email (in Germany it’s service@playmobil.de). Please save them some work and prepare your list with part numbers and names and how many you want. I even included the prices. You will get an offer with the total costs which you have to confirm and then receive a package a few days later J

I didn’t know about the service before I purchased my first set, the rockstar (4784) via https://www.ebay-kleinanzeigen.de/. That was cheap and included a guitar, a microhpne and stand and the amp, so it was okay. I also (still) don’t know whether you are able to order the figures from the spare part service or how much they cost because you don’t find them in the spare part search, so I searched and ordered them separately. The wedding couple (5163) was matching the real couple okay (the couple from 9229 would have matched better but that was only announced when I researched and the whole set would anyway been to expensive) and I got that with a coupon also really cheap. I had to search for a boy (they have a kid and a band needs a drummer) a little longer but found a very cheap offer of the set 9230 with a boy as a flower kid also on https://www.ebay-kleinanzeigen.de/. I haven’t yet sold the leftover parts, so if someone is in need of a photographer set without a boy or of a rockstar without equipment…

Here is a list of parts that I researched. For most of the things you need several parts, e.g. for the guitar you need 3 parts (the neck, the body and the strap), for the drum even more. I listed them seperately as complete sets though they include equal parts. For the final order I consolidated that of course:

Part List

Subject / required quantity (if more than 1) Part number Part description Price (EUR)
Drumset blue
30637792 Bass Drum Front 1,15
30064300 Drum-Stand 0,45
30642180 Bass Drum Back 0,95
30642740 Tom Top-Part 0,75
30461280 Tom Bottom-Part n/a
Drum Cymbals
30281540 Cymbal 0,25
30064290 Cymbal Stand Rod 0,25
30064270 Cymbal Stand 0,3
Drumset black
30610292 Bass Drum 0,55
30064300 Drum-Stand 0,45
2x 30610302 Tom 0,3
30808233 Sticker (for the whole stage set) 1,15
Drum Seat
30252313 Drum Seat (blau) 0,4
30064270 Drum Seat Stand 0,3
Guitar Stand
30252213 Guitar Stand Rod 0,15
30064270 Guitar Stand Bottom 0,3
Guitar Strat blue
30252303 Strat Body blue 0,4
30079480 Guitar Neck 0,3
30800400 Guitar Strap 0,35
Guitar Strat white
30212423 Strat Body white 0,4
30252293 Strat Body white (alternative) 0,4
30079480 Guitar Neck 0,3
30800400 Guitar Strap 0,35
Guitar Strat red
30079490 Strat Body red 0,4
30079480 Guitar Neck 0,3
30800400 Guitar Strap 0,35
Guitar Strat yellow
30233022 Strat Body yellow n/a
30079480 Guitar Neck 0,3
30800400 Guitar Strap 0,35
30037202 Guitar Neck (brown) n/a
Micro Stand (short)
30217172 Microphone clip 0,15
30248472 Micro Stand rod 0,15
30064270 Micro Stand Bottom 0,3
Micro Stand (boom)
2x 30217172 Microphone clip 0,15
2x 30248472 Micro Stand rod 0,15
30064270 Micro Stand Bottom 0,3
DJ Counter
30644994 Counter base, solid 3,2
2x 30645004 Compact disc 0,95
30246863 Turntables 0,4
2x 30246873 Turntable-arms 0,2
30246893 Earphones 0,35
Other
30604752 Guitar Amp 3T 0,9
30809443 Guitar Amp 3T (Aufkleber) 0,2
30648603 Rock Guitar 0,55
30209600 Drumstick (2x) 0,15
30609010 Drumsticks and -jazz broomsticks 0,45
30218270 Trumpet 0,3
30657190 Accordion 0,5
30218320 Horn 0,35
30218280 Saxophone 0,3
30080280 Tambourine Batter 0,3
30080290 Tambourine bells 0,3
30252173 Micophone grey 0,15
30035032 Micophone black 0,15
30066220 Micophone black round 0,21
30660103 Strobe-Light n/a
Light 1
30252343 PAR-Stand 0,25
30224582 PAR-Spot 0,25
30032040 PAR yellow glass 0,2
30253133 PAR red glass 0,2
30255083 PAR orange glass 0,2
Light 2 (Set 6983)
30035042 PAR light-yellow glass 0,2
30035052 PAR light pink glass 0,2
30035072 PAR spot 0,2
30245722 PAR Stand 0,2
PA
4x 30252333 PA-Box 0,6
30821603 PA-Box Sticker 4x PA-Box 0,3
30808233 PA-Box Sticker alternative: whole stage set 1,15
Keyboard
30252143 Top 0,35
30252153 Keys (white) 0,3
30252163 Keys black) 0,45
2x 30201212 Stand 0,2

Final order

My final order was the following (german, not including parts that I didn’t use in the final product and which I already had from the sets):

Anzahl Ersatzteilnummer Bezeichnung Einzelpreis Gesamtpreis
1

30610292

Basstrommel-Schlagzeug 0,55 € 0,55 €
1

30064300

Gestell-Schlagzeug II 0,45 € 0,45 €
2

30610302

Trommel-Schlagzeug 0,30 € 0,60 €
2

30281540

Becken-Schlagzeug 0,25 € 0,50 €
2

30064290

Stativstange Gebogen 0,25 € 0,50 €
7

30064270

Dreibein 0,30 € 2,10 €
1

30252313

Sitz-Dreibein 0,40 € 0,40 €
2

30252213

E-Gitarre-Ständer 0,15 € 0,30 €
1

30252303

E-Gitarre-Körper (blau) 0,40 € 0,40 €
2

30079480

E-Gitarre-Hals 0,30 € 0,60 €
2

30800400

E-Gitarre-Riemen 0,35 € 0,70 €
1

30212423

E-Gitarre-Körper (weiß) 0,40 € 0,40 €
2

30217172

Adapter-Clip 3 6 0,15 € 0,30 €
2

30248472

Stange 46×3 6mm 0,15 € 0,30 €
9

30224582

Suchscheinwerfer 0,25 € 2,25 €
4

30252333

Lautsprecher stapelbar 0,60 € 2,40 €
1

30821603

Etikett 5610 „Carrying Case Band“ 0,30 € 0,30 €
1

30209600

Trommelstöcke 0,15 € 0,15 €
1

30035032

Mikrofon 2012 0,15 € 0,15 €
1

30066220

Mikrofon 0,21 € 0,21 €
1

30604752

Verstärker-Gitarre 3T 0,90 € 0,90 €
1

30809443

Etikett 4784 „Rockstar“ 0,20 € 0,20 €

Here again a picture of the first (with the rockstar as drummer and some additional parts I ordered) and the final setup:

Next week I will most probably continue with the assembly of the LED spots.

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Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – Introduction

All posts of the series (will be continued):

Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – Einführung (German introduction)
Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – Playmobil parts
Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – LED Stage Lights
Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – Disco Ball with stepper motor
Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – LED Rings
Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – Audio Output from microSD with Arduino
Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – Audio Spectrum Analysis from WAV input with simple logic, FHT and MSGEQ7


 

As a wedding gift for a befriended couple, both are musicians, I build a stage for Playmobil figures. The result can be seen in the following pictures (a video is at the end of the article):

In a series of blog posts within the nest weeks I will describe in detail how I build it, what the difficulties were and everything I had in mind that would be also possible (but as a matter of time I wasn’t able to implement in the final product). Today will be about the basic idea and the implemented functions.

The idea

The inspiration came from a gift we got to our own wedding. In a small wooden frame there was a horse (my wife is a horse rider), bride and groom with a guitar on it. Unfortunately I don’t have a picture of the gift as a whole but I still have the figures:

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I thought that I could reuse the guitar and build a small stage with a couple on it. But then there questions came up: I would need new figures, a second guitar (or a bass guitar). And a stage with no light or music at all?

My first thoughts were about figures. I came up with Playmobil. I saw guitars there and after some internet research I found a big community about customizing Playmobil. And even stumbled upon several pictures on Pinterest about rebuilding Rock Bands (I Love Clicks, e.g. Bon Jovi in the following image):

Source: https://www.pinterest.de/pin/300756081338206340/

Some people also build small stages. But that was not what I had in mind. I wanted a festival stage, like Rock am Ring.

Source: https://www.pinterest.de/pin/300756081338196939/

Source: https://www.pinterest.de/pin/300756081338204651/

Playmobil also offers a pop stars stage, even with a builtin speaker and some lights:

Source: http://amzn.to/2wGOC1o

But that’s also not what I wanted and was too expensive.

But there were some cool things: The whole music equipment like the drums, guitars and microphones. The light spots. After another short research I came up with the spare part service from Playmobil (this is the german link but they also provide that in different countries): https://www.playmobil.de/content/spareparts_info/SPAREPARTS_INFO.html

Great! But you need the part numbers. I googled all the sets with music equipment and searched for the part numbers. You can use the manuals available with the set numbers on the Playmobil site and/or http://playmodb.org/. I will provide the details in the next blog post.

The plan

The basic functions I came up with were:

  • Play music
  • Light reacting to sound

And then it went all out of control… J But more on all the ideas in a future post.

As I already said the stage should be like a festival stage. That includes a certain size. The first draft was to use DIN A4 and/or DIN A3 sized sheet wood. But two of those were not quite the size. And I had to plan for some space for all of the electronics:

So it had to be bigger! The detailed measures and the plans for the wood will follow in a separate post.

I did some more research and because of my electronic knowledge is mainly based on the Arduino as a controller and I had some cheap ones lying around, I wanted to do everything on this basis. I found a library to play music from an (micro) SD card and I already played around with lighting in my HUEify project. Build some LEDs into the spot is not the most difficult thing.

The other features have evolved by internet surfing and eBay. The following is included into the final stage:

  • Play music from a microSD card
  • Buttons for Play/Next/Stop
  • Sound Sensor to analyze the ambient sound
  • Sensitivity-potentiometer for the Sound Sensor
  • Switch for swithing between internal and external audio
  • LED-spots (3 blue, 3 red and 3 yellow spots, each color can be controlled seperately, more or less, more on that later …)
  • LED-rings behind a milky acrylic glass as the background, LEDs controllable seperately
  • Turning disco ball (by a stepper motor) with seperate white spots

That’s it. Here is the backpanel:

From top to bottom:
Button: Audio Playback (short push=Play/Next, long pugh=Stop)
Switch: Input Switch (left=internal audio playback, right=external sound)
Potentiometer: Sensitivity for external sound (controls the threshold volume for activating the light)
Cable: Using a rubber from a beer bottle to hide the cable hole. Two cables, small black=audio player, grey=light control.

And now I will finish this post with a video (Music: Monkey Fly – Whatever  – www.monkeyfly.de):

In the next weeks I will continue with the detailed posts. I have already written some of the really technical posts, but I will try to have the general posts before the nitty gritty details.

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Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – Einführung

Alle Teile dieser Serie:

Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – Introduction (englische Einführung, restliche Parts sind nur auf Englisch verfügbar)
Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – Playmobil parts
Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – LED Stage Lights
Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – Disco Ball with stepper motor
Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – LED Rings
Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – Audio Output from microSD with Arduino
Tinkering Tuesday – Playmobil Stage – Audio Spectrum Analysis from WAV input with simple logic, FHT and MSGEQ7


 

Als Hochzeitsgeschenk für ein befreundetes Paar, beide Musiker, habe ich eine Bühne für Playmobilfiguren gebaut. Das Ergebnis ist in den folgenden Bildern zu sehen (ein Video gibt es unten):

In einer Serie von Beiträgen werde ich detaillierter beschreiben, wie das Ding aufgebaut ist, was sich mir für Schwierigkeiten in den Weg gestellt haben und was mir noch alles im Kopf herumgeschwirrt ist, aus Mangel an Zeit dann aber nicht mehr umgesetzt werden konnte. Heute geht es erst mal um die grundlegende Idee und die Funktionen.

Die Idee

Inspiriert hat mich ein Geschenk, das wir zu unserer eigenen Hochzeit bekommen haben. Es war ein Rahmen, darauf ein Pferd, ein Hochzeitspaar, er mit einer kleinen Gitarre in der Hand. Ich habe leider kein vollständiges Bild mehr, aber die Figuren:

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Da dachte ich mir, das lässt sich doch auch für die beiden anpassen. Aber als kleine Bühne. Die Gitarre kann ich nutzen, ggf. Die beiden Figuren auch. Aber dann kamen erst die Probleme: woher einen kleinen Bass oder eine zweite Gitarre bekommen? Vielleicht andere Figuren? Und dann muss es ja auch nach einer Bühne aussehen.

Also mal überlegt. Und auf Playmobil gekommen. Da hab ich doch auch schon mal Gitarren gesehen. Eine kurze Recherche im Internet bringt eine Community zu Tage, die sich mit Playmobil beschäftigt und verschiedenste Szenarien nachbaut. Auf Pinterest gibt es da auch so einiges, wie etwa die „I Love Clicks“ Bilder, hier z.B. Bon Jovi:

Quelle: https://www.pinterest.de/pin/300756081338206340/

Auch einige Bühnen sind dort zu finden, aber nicht so wie ich mir das vorgestellt habe:

Quelle: https://www.pinterest.de/pin/300756081338196939/
Quelle: https://www.pinterest.de/pin/300756081338204651/

Direkt von Playmobil gibt es auch eine Popstars Bühne:

Quelle: http://amzn.to/2wGOC1o

Aber das ist ja auch garnicht so wie ich mir das vorgestellt hatte und auch zu teuer.

Da sind aber schon einige coole Sachen dabei. Das gesamte Musikequipment (Schlagzeug, Gitarren, Mikros und –stative), die Boxen, die Spots. Eine weitere kurze Internet-Recherche bringt einen Top-Ersatzteilservice von Playmobil hervor: https://www.playmobil.de/content/spareparts_info/SPAREPARTS_INFO.html

Großartig! Dafür braucht man aber die Teilenummern. Also erstmal nach Sets gegoogelt, die Musikteile beinhalten. Dann die Einzelteile herausgesucht (dabei helfen http://playmodb.org/ und die Anleitungssuche auf der Playmobil Homepage sehr weiter). Alles weitere dazu kommt in einem seperaten Teil.

Der Plan

Als Grundfunktionen habe ich mir dann folgendes überlegt:

  • Musik abspielen
  • Licht passend zur Musik

Und dann ist es irgendwann aus dem Ruder gelaufen J

Zu allen weiteren Ideen später nochmal mehr.

Insgesamt sollte die Bühne wie eine Festival-Bühne daherkommen. Zuerst habe ich mit A4-großen Spanplatten geplant. Dann aber schnell gemerkt, dass das nichts werden kann. A3 war auch noch sehr gedrängt (hier schon mit dem Bühnensetup und den Hochzeitsfiguren):

Zwei A4 Blätter lassen auch nicht viel Platz für die Technik.

Also musste es noch größer werden. Die genaue Holzplanung und die Abmessungen gibt es ebenfalls in einem späteren Teil.

Dann etwas weiter recherchiert und da sich meine Elektronikkenntnisse hauptsächlich auf den Arduino konzentrieren und ich davon noch einige billige rumliegen habe, wurde auf der Basis versucht die Hauptfunktionen umzusetzen. Audio kann man mit dem Arduino mittels einer Library von einer (micro) SD Karte abspielen. Check.

Licht ist sowieso kein Problem. Die Spots, die auch bei der oben abgebildeten Bühne zum Einsatz kommen kann man einfach mit LEDs bestücken und die Steuerung kenne ich ja schon von meiner HUEify-Serie.

Alle weiteren Funktionen haben sich dann durch Stöbern bei eBay ergeben. Hier der volle Funktionsumfang, der letztlich in der fertigen Bühne steckt:

  • Musik von microSD-Karte abspielen
  • Button für Play/Next/Stop
  • Sound Sensor, der die Umgebungsgeräusche erkennt
  • Sensitivity-Regler für den Sound Sensor
  • Umschalter zwischen internem/externem Audio
  • LED-Spots (jeweils 3 blaue, 3 rote und 3 gelbe, pro Farbe steuerbar, naja, fast…)
  • LED-Ringe als Bühnenhintergrund (hinter milchig geschliffenem Acrylglas), LEDs einzeln ansteuerbar
  • Drehbare Diskokugel mit seperaten weißen Spots

Das ist es grob. Hier einmal das Backpanel:

Backpanel

Von oben nach unten:
Taster: Audio Playback (kurzes Drücken=Play/Next, langes Drücken=Stop)
Kippschalter: Input Switch (links=interne Audio-Wiedergabe, rechts=externer Sound)
Potentiometer: Sensitivity für externen Sound (regelt, ab welcher Lautstärke auf Sound reagiert wird)
Kabeldurchführung: ein Flaschengummi von einer Flensflasche (bzw. einem Alster, da es ein blaues Gummi hatte)

Als Abschluss für heute gibt es noch ein Video (Music: Monkey Fly – Whatever  – www.monkeyfly.de):

In der nächsten Woche geht es dann mit Detailberichten weiter. Ich habe einige Teile bereits vorgeschrieben, allerdings geht es da eher um den eher trockenen Software-Part. Ich versuche möglichst erst die spannenden Dinge zu dokumentieren und eine einigermaßen sinnvolle Reihenfolge hinzubekommen. Außerdem wird es diese Einführung spätestens am Wochenende noch auf Englisch geben, da alle anderen Teile ebenfalls in englischer Sprache erscheinen werden.