Using an Arduino Nano on an expansion board with push-buttons, one to play a sound and the other to select a sound effect from a WT588D.
Project in progress by Cory Potter
This project shows you how to build your own Amazon Alexa-powered wireless speakers. "Alexa, tell me a joke."
Project tutorial by WebGeeks
Create your own little disco!
Project tutorial by Archiev Kumar
Homemade theremin for a glove using Arduino Nano, light sensor and piezo.
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
WS2812 LEDs in drums!
Project showcase by bdorer
After 20 years, my underground school rock band reunited for a few concerts and I've decided to develop a small Arduino jukebox.
Project tutorial by Roni Bandini
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
Make your own clock module for your modular synthesizer!
Project tutorial by Synthemafia
This is a variation of the Light Theremin project from the starter kit and features components soldered onto a PCB.
Project tutorial by jbrandstater
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
Whats cooler than flashing LEDs? Flashing LEDs to a song with (drum roll please).... a tone!
Project tutorial by
Music by Fitz and the Tantrums played on 3 piezo buzzers using an Arduino Nano (clone).
Project tutorial by MrZmann
Here I've made a playing time counter for these cartridges.
Project showcase by juha_j
The project is a prototype of a keyboar that has the learning of the braille symbols for letters and numbers as main goal.
by Wanderson Filho
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