This project is for making a 32-band audio (music) frequency spectrum analyzer / visualizer using Arduino.
Project showcase by Shajeeb
This is a another version of a music LED strip using Arduino Nano and an Electret Mic/Max4466 Amplifier.
Project showcase by buzzandy
Lets make a programmable guitar pedal, using all the power from the Arduino DUE board with 12 bits ADCs, DACs and RAM memory.
Project showcase by Team ElectroSmash Team.
My brother and I created a midi synthetiser called the Pianographe.
Project showcase by idioma
A digital rebirth! Turned a salvaged Korg PS3100 analog synth panel into a controller for Full Bucket FB3100 synth plugin.
Project showcase by kboutorabi
Live performance oriented sequencer / arpeggiator for multiple synths control.
Project showcase by primvla
Would you like to surprise someone with a song?
Project showcase by Aitor Roig Alemany
Inspired by the popular meme, this project plays "Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley.
Project showcase by slagestee
Web-based buzzer controlled with PHPoC Shield for Arduino.
Project showcase by Gyusik Song
A simple FM radio with a display that shows the frequency and audio amplifier.
Project showcase by Tauno Erik
WS2812 LEDs in drums!
Project showcase by bdorer
Using my cable TV remote, I can control the volume and select either TV or radio input to my hi-fi system with this little box.
Project showcase by Keith Walker
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
Use your TV's IR remote to control the volume and mute of separate speakers without using the speaker's remote.
Project showcase by davelook
Create your own DAB+ radio with an Arduino UNO, a 2x16 LCD, and 5 switches.
Project showcase by Staf Van Gestel
An Arduino Mega music player with a GUI implemented on an Adafruit TFT screen. For CMPUT-274 final project at University of Alberta.
Project showcase by Danish Dua
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
It's a door bell with 48 melodies. It's a reverse engineering project. The initial project was made with 6802 microprocessor!
Project showcase by Harrix
Ultra slow pitch (string) shifter.
Project showcase by vtol
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