This paper examines the Atari's SIO protocol with a view to making it accessible for a newbie.
We want to help people who are unable to communicate verbally and cannot use sign language by providing a wearable “eye-to-speech" solution.
Project tutorial by 3 developers
This Tesla Coil has been modified so that the spark "sings" melody generated by a sound source.
Project tutorial by Mirko Pavleski
Simple USB to MIDI adapter based on an Arduino Micro or Leonardo, optionally with the ability to filter the MIDI data.
Project tutorial by Dennis V
A simple, small piano that is not only small as the name implies, but it runs off of the Arduino Nano Every.
by Christian Madlansacay
For use in DIY homebrew radio equipment such superheterodyne single/double conversion receiver, SDR, HAM QRP transceivers or RF generator.
Project in progress by CesarSound
A 3D-printed mini jukebox powered by Volumio. Streams your music, Pandora, Spotify and AirPlay. Sound-reactive LEDs dance to your music!
Project tutorial by thisoldgeek
A TensorFlow Lite Micro Speech model that detects wake words and turns on a different coloured LED light to emulate traffic lights.
Project tutorial by Mandy Wong
Stepper-driven, MIDI-controlled tonewheel robot made with laser-cut sheet metal tonewheels and custom pickups. Powered by an Arduino Due.
Project in progress by themixedsignal
Not enough fingers to play clarinet? With this project you can delegate solenoids to push two side-keys. Awkward fingerings whaaat?
Project tutorial by touchmysound
Turn an old organ console into a MIDI controller to use with desktop organ software like Hauptwerk or Grandorgue.
Project tutorial by Larason2
I used ten small vibrating motors for a musical performance with one performer on a (baby) grand Steinway piano.
Create an inline MIDI recording with an Arduino, an SD card module, and never lose your musical noodling ever again!
Project tutorial by pomax
I wanted motorized glissandos on electric guitar stings, so the best solution was to hack already available self-tuning systems 😛
Convert a Kawai F-30 or similar to a fully configurable triple continuous USB standalone pedal. No soldering, seamless and reversible!
Project tutorial by Costis
A DIY instrument that you can play by moving your hands in the air!!!
Project tutorial by theriveroars
8Bit Digital Delay / LO-FI Bitcrusher / Reverse Speech DSP Pedal Effects for Guitar, Voice, Synths, etc.
A small noise/drone synth with percussion mode. Made using the Mozzi library and two Arduino Nanos.
Project showcase by Daniel Sinderson
Visualizes the peak of frequencies with different bars on 8*8 led dot matrix using Arduino Nano.
Project tutorial by Rahul Mohoto
VFO/RF generator for use in homebrew radio equipment such as direct conversion and superheterodyne receivers or ham transmitters.
3 Oscillators Polyphonic Synth with MIDI using the Arduino Nano.
This project will teach you how to build the hardware for your own DIY granular synthesiser!
Project tutorial by chariscat
Instead of using a keypad to open your front door or even your safe, why not control the mechanism by a slider that glides through pitches?
In this project, we replaced the strings of an old guitar with lasers and DIY beam splitters.
Project tutorial by yousseftekriti and samnaji
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