pedalSHIELD UNO is an Arduino UNO programmable guitar pedal. You can create your own effects and digital sounds.
Project tutorial by electrosmash
Trigger an mp3 effect when someone is passing by. Three different projects for three different levels of coding.
Project tutorial by javier muñoz sáez
Turn MIDI data into stepper motor music!
Project tutorial by Jonathan Kayne
In this video, I show you how to make a mini piano using Arduino.
Project tutorial by the lonely programmer
This Arduino-based project will tune your guitar for you.
Project tutorial by Team Metrowest_AUG
This is minimal drum kit using Arduino UNO.
Project tutorial by ryokosaka
This lesson aims to show how to interface an electret microphone with the analog input.
Project showcase by Arduino_Scuola
This project is using my MusicWithoutDelay library to play multiple sounds at the same time.
This is a musical Tesla Coil driven by an Arduino and Slayer-Exciter. Using an Arduino, you can play music with pure electricity!
Project in progress by Brandon Michelsen
A standalone internet radio using a Raspberry Pi and Arduino Uno
with an LCD display.
Project tutorial by Ruben Zilzer
Create your own DAB+ radio with an Arduino UNO, a 2x16 LCD, and 5 switches.
Project showcase by Staf Van Gestel
This foot controller with a Wah pedal, a preset switch and a few extras acts as a regular MIDI controller that works in all DAWs and VSTs.
Project tutorial by Johan van Vugt
Use an Arduino Uno and Motor Shield to give a Billy Bass singing fish the ability to speak to you from any audio source.
Project tutorial by Donald Bell
DTMF decoder without an 8870.
Project tutorial by MM_Shoaib
Inspired by the popular meme, this project plays "Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley.
Project showcase by slagestee
Build an FM radio with alarm clock.
Project tutorial by Tittiamo
An octave of bananas makes a piano!
Project showcase by Baloo
8,000 RPM motor with a guitar pick! Crazy! You will shred faster than any other guitarist!
Project tutorial by Marc Uberstein
This project can sense a sound level using mic, convert that sound into its corresponding dB, and then upload it to the cloud.
by Palaniappan.T and Vignesh Jeyanthan.N
A part Arduino, part Java project that aims to recognize compound whistle commands, e.g. to activate a fan, or even steer a drone.
Project in progress by hans k
My first IoT project. Uses the Spark Core, Arduino Uno, and dynamic web content that come together creating a fun, educational music device.
Project showcase by Vaughn Kottler
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.
Project tutorial by calettso
My project is a piano of four sounds that uses things that we find at home, bananas.
This Arduino project displays the approximate frequency of the loudest sound detected by a sound detection module.
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