Scrubber is a DIY smart soap dispenser that automatically plays 20 seconds of your favorite tunes on Spotify while you wash your hands!
A DIY version of Atari Punk Synth with minimal stuff
A cool 30 x 10 ft light show which includes 2 Arduino Mega boards, a hundred single-color LED strips and some SMPS full of AMPERES.
Clavier Midi avec Mappage sur Ableton;)
"Attiny85 based Music Reactive LED strip setup"
Make a music reactive led with no coding.
Play your favorite tune for 20 seconds while you wash your hands.
Host a Battle of the Bands competition using 555 timers to build a theremin, organ, & atari punk console synthesizer!
555 timers used as oscillators. Frequency is decided by different capacitors which can be inserted in the circuits on the fly.
This is simple Drum Pad built with Cap-sense touch and IMX-RT.
Make a simple Audio Song Player using Arduino Uno and MicroSD card
Its play a song melody with songtex (karaoke).
The small MIDI decoder was constructed to support LED indicators for stops switches in software GrandOrgue or Hauptwerk (VPO).
Dorkwave is a rather rudimentary glitchy A/V "mixer" that can produce some rather beautiful, distorted effects. Great for live performances!
My microtonal Arduino MIDI instrument!
speakEZ uses USB MIDI and the i. MX RT1010 to enable vocoder solutions with polyphony in low-cost, small form factor devices.
Light sensor shield signals 4 other Arduino shields to change accordingly through an EtherCAT Arduino Shield by Esmacat & an EtherCAT master
Add sound effects to opening the box and lifting the lightsaber.
A stereo VU meter built with an Arduino Nano and two NeoPixel LED rings.
This is a another version of a music LED strip using Arduino Nano and an Electret Mic/Max4466 Amplifier.
An electronic keyboard with 7 piano keys, programmed to Middle B/A/G/F/E/D/C, and an 8th button used to access a menu of preset songs.
Broadcast audio, record voice commands, build internet walkie-talkies with this simple tutorial!
The device that creates beautiful arpeggiated sequences according to the musical theory.
This project uses an Arduino, a drawn keyboard using lead pencil, a paper, and a speaker.