Synthesis of Arduino based Musical Instrument
Nabaneeta Banerjee, Arijit Sengupta, Nisha Munda, Aritra Das, Chandrima Banerjee, Aritra Sarkar
A research paper is a synthesis of research, critical thinking, source evaluation, organization, and writing. It serves two purposes: to advance the body of knowledge in the subject field and to give us, the student, an opportunity to enhance our own knowledge. When we are in creative mind for a long and rainy afternoon with our Arduino board, the making of electronic piano is to be a project for those wanting to have immediate output once the setup is complete [1]. Best suited for Arduino users with some prior experience, our proposed project includes detailed instructions with a circuit diagram, as well as code and photos, so we’ve got a wide array of material to work with. If we get stuck, the creator and other makers have quite a lot of support and responses to help us address our issues. Arduino is programmed to convert hand-waving above 3D gesture Flick board to musical notes and then synthesizes music producing audio output at GPIO pin. Flick Large board is shipped with male/female ribbon proto-cable, but this cable is too long for use with Arduino Uno [2-3]. One solution is to cut excessive length to around 100 mm, reconnect and isolate like on image below. Other solution is to order shorter ribbon proto-cable.
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Unique Paper ID: 155878

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 2

Page(s): 165 - 168
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