Make a Bluetooth speaker that works on rubber chickens, phase one is to make a subwoofer from said rubber chickens.
Project showcase by TPal13
A simple talking clock using Arduino Uno and Talkie Library
Project showcase by garysat
This is a demo video for the Piksey Atto. We learn how to use it as a MIDI device and control tracks in Ableton Live 10 Lite.
Project tutorial by BnBe Club
Listen to your inner body energy and vibrations. Project describes how to make electronic instrument that converts hand waves into music.
Project tutorial by LanmiLab
USB MIDI Synth with retro Sega Genesis and other systems sound chip
Project tutorial by tyrkelko
A Theremin utilizing a passive buzzer using tone(); and the SR04 ultrasonic distance sensor
Project tutorial by squrril
A retro radio made with Arduino and DFPlayer Mini for my two-year-old niece.
Project showcase by Fabio Souza
Play POC, Mario, Despecito, Crazy Frog, and Titanic on Arduino.
Project tutorial by zerocoolz 1
This Arduino project displays the approximate frequency of the loudest sound detected by a sound detection module.
Project tutorial by lbf20012001
If you've ever felt people don't ask for the all toast they want, this is the project for you!
Project tutorial by arduinocc
Let's pick magic chimes out of the air with a LIDAR scanner and an Arduino.
by Doctor Volt
Arduino Piano using an Arduino Mega2560. 13 keys, 20x4 LCD display, and 2 buttons to reset or change songs.
Project tutorial by nlkong
See how an Arduino can be transmit music over AM with only a few lines of code.
Project tutorial by Doctor Volt
MIDI controller for DAW's or anything else.
Project showcase by HypersonicSound
Wanna try to become the new super stylish 2020s drummer?
by Andrea Richetta
Control your PC musical software from a MIDI keyboard.
Project in progress by Marco Merlin
A small compact outdoor motion-activated Halloween scare box with sound and optional light.
Project tutorial by syn
How alert and happy Cecile (with Alzheimer's) became when she heard familiar songs! Lift the book, turn the page--the book does the rest.
Project tutorial by Mike Rigsby
Simple, easy to build 2 x 14 bars stereo VU meter for representing audio level.
You’ll learn how to use the KY-037 sound detection sensor with Arduino. You can measure changes in the intensity of sound in an environment.
The Arduino clock that says it as it sees it.
Project in progress by Tal O
In this project, I create a sound location finder. This circuit can be used as the basic building block to a robot that reacts to sound.
Chiming clock using RTC that has switchable chimes, cuckoo sounds, etc. and can also highlight special events.
Project showcase by spudnut1
Today I will show you how to make your ultrasonic levitator using an Arduino Nano.
Project tutorial by CiferTech
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