A theremin made out of two ultrasonic sensors.
Project showcase by opus9
An Arduino-based robot drummer. It works with a transistor noise-generator and an arrangement of servos hitting a can and a pair of piezos.
Project showcase by FrancoMolina
Create your own DAB+ radio with an Arduino UNO, a 2x16 LCD, and 5 switches.
Project showcase by Staf Van Gestel
Ultra slow pitch (string) shifter.
Project showcase by vtol
A pseudo theremin using the HackingSTEM finger sensors.
Project showcase by Gergely Nádori
I wasn't happy with the way the square waves sound, so I explored using other methods of generating sound waves with Arduino.
Project showcase by 3 developers
Library & sketches to control the TEA5767 FM radio module, using Arduino and an I2C LCD display. Release 02.00.00 is an arduino library.
Project showcase by diamond2016
Combining multiple tones and create harmonic melody.
Project showcase by Idris Zainal Abidin
A musical arm used to play 7 'sur' using only three fingers!
Project showcase by PIYUSH_K_SINGH
For a digital Christmas, let your Arduino play songs with a piezo buzzer.
Project showcase by joshi
Inspired by the popular meme, this project plays "Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley.
Project showcase by slagestee
Arduino playing the Waldir Azevedo's musical theme "Brasileirinho" with the tone function and with a speaker.
Project showcase by Glauber Santiago
Type Morse code on Arduino and display it on your computer's monitor.
Project showcase by brzi
Build a real, playable theremin music instrument. The theremin is played using two antennas without physical contact.
Project showcase by Urs Gaudenz
Web-based buzzer controlled with PHPoC Shield for Arduino.
Project showcase by Gyusik Song
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
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
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
This lesson aims to show how to interface an electret microphone with the analog input.
Project showcase by Arduino_Scuola
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
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