Arduino Light Mozzi Generator – Part 2

I've spent a fair bit of time playing with the Control_Echo_Theremin example and finally committed it to stripboard. I was originally aiming for a fully self-contained module, speaker and all, but after a day or so trying to find a simple amplifier that works well with a PWM output, I've put that on hold for … Continue reading Arduino Light Mozzi Generator – Part 2

Auduino Light Controller

For the last in this series about using Light Dependent Resistors (for now), I'm having another look at the Auduino Granular Synthesis project. These are the key Arduino tutorials for the main concepts used in this project: Arduino Analog Input Auduino Granular Synthesis If you are new to Arduino, see the Getting Started pages. Parts list Arduino … Continue reading Auduino Light Controller

Lo-Fi Orchestra – Mars from The Planets

Inspired by the legendary Tomita, the Lo-Fi Orchestra presents Mars from Gustav Holst's Planets Suite. This features Arduino Mozzi FM Synthesis for the low, opening tune in homage to Tomita's amazing electronic rendition of Holst's masterpiece, and the distinctive 5/4 rhythm is emphasized using the Arduino relays. This has been programmed in from scratch from … Continue reading Lo-Fi Orchestra – Mars from The Planets