Hear your plant make music! – Ethernet version

This walk-through will show you how to build a sensor to monitor your plant's environment and use Stats in Sound's ERC-20 app to turn this data into music, allowing you to listen to your plant's reaction to it's environment.  For more information on this project, please visit www.statsinsound.org.uk. Below is a sample of music generated by the ERC-20 app, monitoring a happy healthy chilli plant. You will ne ...

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Play Music using Arduino Esplora

This example shows how to play notes on the buzzer mounted on the Arduino Esplora. Buzzers can generate different audio signals in audible frequency ranges. A note is an audio signal at a specific frequency. If you know the frequency of the notes you want to play, you can start to compose a melody. In this example, you move the slider to generate different notes, and play them by pressing the down push-butt ...

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Arduino Project 6: Web-controlled music player

Our NetPlay project is built on a standard breadboard. In our previous Arduino masterclass we briefly introduced the Ethernet Shield an Arduino expansion board that adds Ethernet connectivity plus microSD card storage. We used that storage as the basis of a simple one-button digital audio player. It was functional but limited to 8-bit mono WAV files with a 19kHz sample rate. We also gave you the software to ...

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Drum Kit-Kit

Drum Kit-Kit description: The Drum Kit - Kit lets you turn your Arduino into a drum kit. Drum Kit-Kit specification: .Wire to connect piezos (speaker style wire is OK) 2.Foam 3.Mouse pad 4.Auto body thin metal sheet 5.Spray glue & epoxy (or hot glue) 6.Solder 7.Tape or heat shrink tubing Drum Kit-Kit pinout: Note: This is a 'mini shield' that sits on top of the analog pins. The digital pins are still av ...

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Musical Instrument Shield

Musical Instrument Shield description: Provides access to the VS1053 MP3/MIDI decoder hardwired in realtime MIDI mode. The VS1053 provides 31 note polyphony in 128 GM1 standard instruments along with 50 percussion instruments. Musical Instrument Shield specification: Schematic Eagle Files Quickstart Guide Example Code Datasheet (VS1053) Illumitune Project (tutorial) (video) Musical Instrument Shield pinout: ...

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Music Shield

Music Shield description: iPod/iPhone dock compatible shield based on the VS1053b. Can play variety of music formats and even record sounds. Has the very same 30 pins connector as the iPod, making it possible to use the shield on any ipod compatible dock. You can output music to a external speaker, use the Play/pause, next song/previous song button on the dock or remote controller. Music Shield specificatio ...

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Beat707 Shield

Beat707 Shield description: 32 step machine, (plus 32 double-steps for a total of 64 steps) with 16 step buttons and LEDs, LCD screen and navigation keys. It\'s like the classic Roland TR707 but with some twists, as it actually has 64 x 1/32 or 32 x 1/64 steps. The 2 note-step sequence feature allows you to do bass and/or synth grooves. The unit doesn\'t produce any sound, it\'s all MIDI based, so you can u ...

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MidiVox Shield

MidiVox Shield description: MidiVox turns an Arduino board into a programmable MIDI synthesizer. The shield provides an isolated MIDI input jack along with a single-channel, 12-bit, digital audio output. Any MIDI keyboard with a DIN-5 output can be used to control the shield. Assignable knobs/faders on your controller will come in handy for modifying synth parameters as you play. Intended for use as an expe ...

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Music Shield

Music Shield description: Music player for MP3, WMA, AAC, MID, WAV. LSI: VS1053 (VLSI Solution) Firmware: ATmega168 Music Shield specification:   Music Shield pinout:   For more detail: Music Shield ...

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Call for Arduino music at Gwendalyn Festival 2013

Are you a musician, music amateur, electronic bricoleur or maker who makes music by creating your own instruments and tools using Arduino? We are looking for your music tracks to be presented in a radio program entirely dedicated to (DIY) music made with Arduino based synths and instruments.The program is scheduled within the GwenFestival program, an international music and radio festival organized in Chias ...

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Making Music with Makeblock

Makeblock is an aluminum extrusion based construction system that provides an integrated solution for aspects of mechanics, electronics and software design. With Makeblock you can make professional robots, toy machines or even art-ware. It's super easy-to-use and helps bring your creations to life. The only limit is your imagination. For more information, please visit Makeblock website listed below: www.mak ...

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