November 23, 2012

DIY Illutron-B Music Synthesiser with Arduino

 Once again Duane B from the rcarduino blog has shared another audio project based around an Arduino. In this example he builds upon the concept of the Illutron Synthesiser - a device which can generate a wide variety of sounds (and perhaps music) using direct digital synthesis. Construction is very easy, and only requires a few dollars worth of parts apart from the board itself - and the results are very good:

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