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
FM radio built using Arduino, RDA5807M, Tiny RTC, PAM8403 class D amplifier modules, and TR028 touch panel.
Project tutorial by Saulius Bandzevičius
See how an Arduino can be transmit music over AM with only a few lines of code.
Project tutorial by Doctor Volt
Covers all commercial stations with Si4730 IC, plus all amateur radio bands when you use Si4732 or Si4735.
Project tutorial by Mirko Pavleski
GuitArnet is an Arduino-based simple MIDI guitar with pitch, power chords and minor pentatonic connected to Ableton Live through MIDI.
Project tutorial by Roni Bandini
USB MIDI Synth with retro Sega Genesis and other systems sound chip
Project tutorial by tyrkelko
An easy to build and use stereo RDS FM receiver with RDA5807.
Nice little all-band radio easy to build.
Ukulele illuminated by LED elements w/ illumination depending on result of FFT analysis of ukulele's sound.
Project tutorial by torstengeppert
Simple Arduino-based "World Band" radio receiver with very good characteristics.
Arduino TEA5767 radio with analog meters for showing frequency and signal strength.
Musical instrument for multiple users – with Arduino, nRF24L01, MPR121 and MPU-6050 connected to Pure Data Vanilla.
Project tutorial by Tim Krahmer
The device that creates beautiful arpeggiated sequences according to the musical theory.
Project tutorial by Dmitry
This Tesla Coil has been modified so that the spark "sings" melody generated by a sound source.
This project presents program to detect musical notes and chords using Arduino (nano or above).
Project tutorial by abhilash_patel
This is a variation of the Light Theremin project from the starter kit and features components soldered onto a PCB.
Project tutorial by jbrandstater
This project will teach you how to build the hardware for your own DIY granular synthesiser!
Project tutorial by chariscat
Contains a linear scale in which the frequency is displayed with an color LED dot which is an integral part of the WS2812 LED strip.
Tutorial on making a continuous touch keyboard that can play any frequency between the specified range.
Use a vintage rotary phone dial to control the volume on your Windows PC.
Project tutorial by Cameron Coward
A toy to create "music" or to annoy someone.
Project tutorial by Debreczeni Tamas
After 20 years, my underground school rock band reunited for a few concerts and I've decided to develop a small Arduino jukebox.
Based on Roald Dahl short story, this machine will let you "hear" plant mood according to soil moisture.
My microtonal Arduino MIDI instrument!
Project tutorial by bzqp
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