This is a guitar bridge for headless electric guitars. I used Blynk app to tune up and tune down the strings and an Esp32 as the brain.
A DIY version of Atari Punk Synth with minimal stuff.
Scrubber is a DIY smart soap dispenser that automatically plays 20 seconds of your favorite tunes on Spotify while you wash your hands!
A plate with flaps that plays musical notes.
555 timers used as oscillators. Frequency is decided by different capacitors which can be inserted in the circuits on the fly.
A cool 30 x 10 ft light show which includes 2 Arduino Mega boards, a hundred single-color LED strips and some SMPS full of AMPERES.
Clavier Midi avec Mappage sur Ableton;)
"Attiny85 based Music Reactive LED strip setup"
Make a music reactive led with no coding.
Host a Battle of the Bands competition using 555 timers to build a theremin, organ, & atari punk console synthesizer!
Play your favorite tune for 20 seconds while you wash your hands.
This is simple Drum Pad built with Cap-sense touch and IMX-RT.
Make a simple Audio Song Player using Arduino Uno and MicroSD card
Its play a song melody with songtex (karaoke).
The small MIDI decoder was constructed to support LED indicators for stops switches in software GrandOrgue or Hauptwerk (VPO).
Dorkwave is a rather rudimentary glitchy A/V "mixer" that can produce some rather beautiful, distorted effects. Great for live performances!
A stereo VU meter built with an Arduino Nano and two NeoPixel LED rings.
This is a another version of a music LED strip using Arduino Nano and an Electret Mic/Max4466 Amplifier.
An electronic keyboard with 7 piano keys, programmed to Middle B/A/G/F/E/D/C, and an 8th button used to access a menu of preset songs.
Broadcast audio, record voice commands, build internet walkie-talkies with this simple tutorial!
The device that creates beautiful arpeggiated sequences according to the musical theory.
This project uses an Arduino, a drawn keyboard using lead pencil, a paper, and a speaker.
pedalSHIELD UNO is an Arduino UNO programmable guitar pedal. You can create your own effects and digital sounds.
For a digital Christmas, let your Arduino play songs with a piezo buzzer.