BUID A GIANT LED VU METER USING ARDUINO UNO OR PIC MICROCONTROLLER
Project tutorial by raul
Let's put together this guitar shield for the Arduino!
Project tutorial by Alex Glow
Build a real, playable theremin music instrument. The theremin is played using two antennas without physical contact.
Project showcase by Urs Gaudenz
This is a tone selector with the ability to change the buzzer frequency by a potentiometer and to see the result on a 16x2 display.
Project tutorial by cronenborg
Trying to find a way to surprise your friend on their birthday? Searching for a creative way to celebrate Christmas? Look no further!
Project showcase by Dawn Dupriest and Brie Hen
A standalone internet radio using a Raspberry Pi and Arduino Uno
with an LCD display.
Project tutorial by Ruben Zilzer
Web-based buzzer controlled with PHPoC Shield for Arduino.
Project showcase by Gyusik Song
My project is a piano of four sounds that uses things that we find at home, bananas.
A simple Arduino Morse code machine with a button, LED, and a buzzer that translates your input into English while you are typing.
Project showcase by Vlada Krsmanovic
It repeats your voice.
Project showcase by hariprasath513
In this project, you're going to learn how you can play your own melody with a Piezo speaker, using code generated by Circuito.io
Project showcase by circuito.io team
In this project, I am going to demonstrate how to make a theremin-like instrument that makes weird spacey sounds.
Project tutorial by 3 developers
What is the BeatBot? The BeatBot is a BreakoutBros toy invented to entertain people who love tapping their fingers to a beat.
Project tutorial by Josh From BreakoutBros.com
Use Arduino with 1Sheeld+ and your smartphone as a Voice Recognizer.. push a button, speak and you'll see what you said on the LCD screen
Project tutorial by Alessandro Didonna
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
Trigger an mp3 effect when someone is passing by. Three different projects for three different levels of coding.
Project tutorial by javier muñoz sáez
Easy and intuitive serial MP3 player. How to use this inexpensive device with your Arduino?
A simple project great for anyone musically inclined. Uses a push button to set BPMs, and displays the tempo on a liquid crystal screen.
Project in progress by Victor Frandsen
Generate the basic notes of a piano using Fast PWM.
Project tutorial by Rishabh
A simple, yet somehow uncomplete music player from a newcomer.
Project in progress by Michael Marinis
This 13 key Pushbutton Piano will play in any octave from C2-C7 (i.e. C2-C3, F#5-F#6, etc.) and uses a binary count to change semitones.
Project showcase by fillu08
Using ultrasong PWM frequencies, the Arduino can now produce square tone() waves with 256 volume levels with nothing but a speaker!
Project tutorial by Connor Nishijima
This lesson aims to show how to interface an electret microphone with the analog input.
Project showcase by Arduino_Scuola
pedalSHIELD UNO is an Arduino UNO programmable guitar pedal. You can create your own effects and digital sounds.
Project tutorial by electrosmash
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