• DIY MIDI Controlled Henry Hoover Pipe Organ

    James Bruton built a pipe organ using a Henry vacuum cleaner, a canister vacuum with a silk screened face. He adapted cheap children’s plastic recorders to a Henry vacuum cleaner with a few 3D printed parts, some...

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  • Raspberry Pi 3 Based Neural Network Music box

    Raspberry Pi enthusiast Aleksey Tikhonov has published details of his new Raspberry Pi project to create a Neural Network RaspberryPi Music box. All the experience gained in Aleksey’s past projects, a Raspberry pi 3 and Leadsound’s speaker have...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • Twinky: DIY Your Personal Arduino Assitant

    Adrian Lindermann has just created his small yellow companion  taking inspiration from Jibo. Twinky can respond to voice commands via a SpeakUp click module, along with pressure on its face/touchscreen. Control is provided by an Arduino Mega, and Twinky can...

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  • DIY an Arduino-Powered Phonograph MP3 Player

    “The problem with high tech music players is they don’t have any flash! They non conspicuously just produce music from a drab dull lifeless box. In the times of early music the mechanisms to reproduce sound were fantastic....

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  • PartitionsDuino: the Arduino-Powered Musician’s Assistant

    If you are a musician and if you lose your concentration when you have to flip through sheet music while playing, PartitionsDuino might be just the thing for you. The maker Maxime Boudreau has created a 3D-printed...

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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...

    • Posted 5 years ago
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  • Amazon Dash Button is Perfect to Play Music!

    Connected speaker systems like Sonos are great, but they still require you to pull out your phone, open your music app of choice, and select a playlist. This project lets you start the playlist of your choice...

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