This is a simple and easy to make MIDI harp, it runs on an Arduino UNO and uses infrared sensors as strings.
It communicates with every recording software that has MIDI.
Its really fun to play with and also very cheap, so enjoy!!

Este es un simple y facil de hacer harpa MIDI, funciona con un Arduino UNO como controlador y tiene sensores infrarojos como cuerdas.
Puede comunicarse con cualquier software de grabacion que tenga la opcion de usar instrumentos MIDI.

Es muy divertida y bastante barato, disfruten! 

Made on August 17th 2013 for the August Build night with Jameco

All materials provided by http://jameco.com/

Step 1: Materials

List of materials:

- 2N2222 Transistor (x14) 
- Infrared LED's (x7)
-Infrared reciever (x7)
-100 ohm resistors (x7)
-1K ohm resistors (x7)
-10K ohm resistors (x7)
-400 ohm resistors (x7)
-One sided PCB
-Arduino UNO
-Stranded cable, plenty.
-Breadboard pins 
-Glue for wood
- PCB etching solution (Ferric chloride) 

- Dremmel
-Solder iron
-Insulating tape
Permanent marker
-Nail polish remover
-And everything you find helpful

- Transistor 2N2222  (x14)
- LEDs infrarojos (x7)
-Receptores infrarojos (x7)
-100 ohm resistores (x7)
-1K ohm resistores (x7)
-10K ohm resistores (x7)
-400 ohm resistores (x7)
-PCB con cobre de un solo lado
-Arduino UNO
-Cable multifilar en cantidades necesarias.
-Pines de protoboard
-Pegamento de madera
-Liquido para PCB (Clorato de ferro)

- Dremmel
- Alicates
-Soldadora o cautin.
-Cinta aislante
-Marcador permanente
-Quita esmalte de uñas.
-Todo lo que encuentres necesario.

Sorprendente. Lo hare e incorporare a mi estudio!!!
Ferric chloride is nasty stuff, and needs hazmat disposal. There are better etchants. I just realized that Instructables doesn't have a search function, but a Google search on "cupric chloride etchant" will find some articles. CuCl2 is just as nasty, but you don't have to dispose of it after an etch. Bubbling air through the bath regenerates the etchant.
Thanks for the tip! there has to be better ways to make a good PCB, ill do more research on it, thanks!
<p>please teach me to charge the sounds because they sound great ...</p>
Where can I get the arduino code and pd file?
I just uploaded the dropbox link to download the files, sorry about that. there must have been a mistake on my end.
<p>Hello good friend, my question is as pure data I installed on my pc and upload the file and then get it to work as ???? the same situation happened to me with Midi yoke and configure it with the PD and the Mixcraft but please tell me more I ??? I hope answers please this is my email: lincriss@hotmail.com thanks.</p>
<p>Nice project, I used 6 IR beams in my Broomstick guitar you can find on youtube or moddersandrockers.com I wired the IR dectors directly to the analog inputs. I multiplex 6 IR Leds and 6 optical Leds and use a PS/2 mouse for the finger board control.</p>
Great little thing this but I have a problem with step 3, you say solder the components as shown on the circuit, you don't mention what value resistor goes where and the colour bands on your resistors (in the pictures) don't seem to match the resistor values in the components list. Can anyone please give me a hand with this, I am still a bit of an electronics noob.
hola que tal oye me podrias agregar en dropbox o pasarme el dise&ntilde;o del circuito <br>mi correo es kiroga_ruz@hotmail.com <br>
Could you please email me the arduino code. Under step 5 i see arduino code dropbox link but the file is a .pd just like the other link which is a .pd file. <br> <br>epupo001@gmail.com <br> <br>Thanks.

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