• DIY an Amazing Arduino Mega-Controlled Electromagnetic Organ

    Moscow-based media artist Dmitry Morozov has created his electromagnetic/electromechanical organ by combining three small motors with a guitar pickup and a touch keypad: it’s called Motorgan. Motorgan uses two differently sized PC cooling fans, as well as...

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  • Dadamachines: the Open Source Solution for Your Creative Orchestra

    If you think of a hardware controller as a way of turning physical input into digital music, this really is a glimpse of what happens when you make digital music into physical output. The cleverest thing Johannes...

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  • Play your Guitar with Arduino-powered Footswitch 

    As creator Franco Molina points out, there’s a lot to worry about when playing guitar in front of an audience. Actually playing is one thing, but you have to pay attention to the crowd, move around on...

    • Posted 6 years ago
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  • Arduino unique Electromechanical Lithophone

    Bespoke Electromechanical Instrument was built by Jay Harrison as part of a dissertation undertaken on the Creative Music Technology degree course at Staffordshire University. The instrument, running on Arduino Mega 2560 is designed  to allow each note to be...

    • Posted 7 years ago
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  • The real open source Theremin on Arduino

    Open.Theremin is an open source hardware and software project by Urs Gaudenz of  Gaudi Lab with the aim of building the next digital generation of the legendary music instrument developed in the ’20s by the Russian inventor professor...

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  • Step – Arduino based REC&LOOP station for children

    Step is a toy that allows children, in a very playful and straight forward way, to compose and edit simple loops using custom sounds. Some basic topics of music composition such as sound sampling, tempo and track...

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