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What is the OctoSynth you may ask? The octosynth is a polyphonic synthesizer that is able to produce eight Pulse Width Modulated tones that form together a musical ...
You will need: An Arduino 12 Male headers (2 together and another six together. Also, another 4 together(Optional)) 8 Unifomly LONG Wires ( By long I don't mean ...
Upload the code below to the Arduino. Open with the viewer of your choice.
Measure out how much material you have with the copper tape. Make sure you leave enough enclosure/foam to accommodate for the spaces in between to prevent shorting. Cut that much ...
Plug in the wires to the Arduino. Connect the speaker to Digital Output 11. You may need to use headers.
You can now add power to your Arduino. You speaker should play an opening tone. The thing is the opening tone is when the machine calibrates itself. If ...
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