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
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
8Bit Digital Delay / LO-FI Bitcrusher / Reverse Speech DSP Pedal Effects for Guitar, Voice, Synths, etc.
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 is a project of Radio Receiver LW/MW/SW Stereo FM with RDS, using Arduino Nano, Si473x Radio IC and 1.8in TFT color display ST7735.
A device to translate sign language to speech
Project in progress by Houalef Ahmed Ramzi
Control your PC musical software from a MIDI keyboard.
Project in progress by Marco Merlin
The Arduino clock that says it as it sees it.
Project in progress by Tal O
This 12 pushbutton piano plays the 4th octave with an optional added 3rd and 5th octave, controls note length and pitch with two pots.
Project in progress by fr_pal
Unlimited MIDI channels, XY plotter, faders, buttons, and settings. Also visual support with OLED display!
Project in progress by yilmazyurdakul
Building a Son, first Arduino project and reconnecting with a joy lost to time.
Project in progress by Team Trouble
Laser Cut Arduino Midi Drum Pads and Audio Waveform Visualizer
Project in progress by Laser Drums
This is an easy how-to make a mini-piano using Arduino, including a preset song!
Project in progress by ExeCuteLi
This is a musical Tesla Coil driven by an Arduino and Slayer-Exciter. Using an Arduino, you can play music with pure electricity!
Project in progress by Brandon Michelsen
An update of the older version of the keyboard.
Now it doesn't require switches on your breadboard, you can use your pc keyboard.
Project in progress by Gabriele Scordamaglia
An electronic piano with 7 pitches.
Project in progress by Teo Zhi Yi
Want some serious sounds coming from your Arduino MEGA?
This easy to make transistorized amp is for you.
Project in progress by Pigeon-Kicker
Piezos used as contact microphones to activate LEDs and shine lights through Samba drums.
Project in progress by Tisham Dhar
Build an "invisibe" expression pedal for your guitar with MCP41010 and Arduino Nano. It's awesome and simple. May the funk be with you.
Project in progress by javier muñoz sáez
A simple, yet somehow uncomplete music player from a newcomer.
Project in progress by Michael Marinis
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