PIANO SOUND CONTROLLED RGB LED AMBILIGHT ARDUINO MEGA

As far as I know the system first began to be used in the image on the computer monitor Ambilight the most intense color, whatever color changes the LEDs accordingly when I find a... Electronics Projects, Piano sound controlled RGB LED ambilight Arduino Mega "arduino projects, microcontroller projects, " As far as I know the system first began to be used in the image on the computer monitor Ambilight the mo ...

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Arduino Based Piano with Recording and Replay

Arduino has been a boon for people who are not from the electronics background to build stuff easily. It has been a great prototyping tool or to try something cool, in this project we are going to build a small yet fun Piano using the Arduino. This piano is pretty much plain with just 8 push buttons and buzzer. It uses the tone() function of Arduino to create various types of piano notes on the speaker. To ...

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Simple Arduino Audio Player and Amplifier with LM386

Adding sounds or music to our project will always make it looks cool and sounds much more attractive. Especially if you are using an Arduino and you have lots of pins free, you can easily add sound effects to your project by just investing in an extra SD card module and a normal speaker. In this article I will show you how easy it is to Play music/add sound effects using your Arduino Board.  Thanks to the A ...

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DIY Music Keyboard: How to Make Sounds With Arduino

Making cool things with an Arduino is something, but making musical instruments out of an Arduino is something else! So behold, here comes the Musical-duino, an Arduino keyboard. To see what this does, check out the demo video at the bottom of this page. They say that “You can become anyone”, so why not become Beethoven or Mozart? The only limit is your imagination. The DIY Arduino keyboard or the Musical-d ...

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Audio Amplifier Circuit on PCB Using LM386

In this project, we tend to area unit getting to create a Headphone/Audio electronic equipment by exploitation self-designed PCB. This project is especially designed for amplifying the audio signal from the headphones however we will additionally use it for amplifying the subwoofer or speaker output, simply by switch few jumpers. When we use headphones with our audio device like mobile, laptop, FM etc. The ...

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Using Arduino and Pd for musical live performance

Connecting an Arduino microcontroller to Pd is no big problem: You can just put Firmata on your Arduino and use the Pduino library for communication on the Pd side. But sometimes Firmata is not the answer to every problem: You may want to turn on the built-in pull-up resistors for digital input pins, you may want to do some calculation on the Arduino before sending a message, or you may want to send a messa ...

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APR9600 Voice Recording and Playback System with JRC286D Chip ICStation Mega 2560 Compatible Arduino

ICStation team introduce you this APR9600 voice recording and playback system used in elevator based on the ICStation Mega2560 compatible with Arduino. It uses DC5V voltage to work. When you press the different keys, the loudspeaker will sound that which floor you arrive. This design uses a APR9600 voice chip as the core of the circuit and realizes the function of auto recording and playback. It uses power ...

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Making the TFF: a dress that gets excited when tweeted

The idea of this dress comes from a series of tweets with online friends @shineslike and @arduinogirl.  @shineslike and I had taken a half day Arduino workshop given by @arduinogirl at the MCN 2011 conference. I was immediately inspired creatively by the sensory and interactive opportunities. Over the next few months I struggled with the electronics learning curve, but my ever supportive online friends real ...

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Talking Pumpkin

So my boss came to me one last week and said he wanted to scare the trick-or-treaters who came to his home, and the kids who would come to work during a special Halloween Walk the community does. Thus was born the talking pumpkin. In short, I used an Arduino, an SD card read/writer, and an ultrasonic sensor to trigger a sound byte when the kids walk past our pumpkin… something they would not expect. If you ...

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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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Making sound (noise) machines using Arduino

As a part of being an artist in residence at Instructables, I took it upon myself to build of couple of noise machines / music boxes. My interest lies in designing objects that would enable people to explore the world of sound synthesis and for me to get a better understanding on how the different interfaces enables different interactions and sound qualities. It has been an intense experience. Trying to bui ...

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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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