If your amazing project is a little too quiet, add high-fidelity sound with Raspberry Pi and the help of this handy guide from HackSpace magazine, written by PJ Evans. It’s no surprise that we love microcontrollers at HackSpace magazine. Their versatility and simplicity make them a must for electronics projects. Although a dab hand at … Continue reading →
Floyd Steinberg is back with more synthy Raspberry Pi musical magic, this time turning a door into a MIDI controller. I played The Doors on a door – using a Raspberry PI DIY midi controller and a Yamaha EX5 You see that door? You secretly want that to be a MIDI controller? Here’s how to … Continue reading →
Synthesiser? Synthesizer? Whichever it is*, check out this video of Floyd Steinberg showing how he set up his Raspberry Pi as one of them. How to use a Raspberry PI as a synthesizer How to use a Raspberry PI as a synthesizer. Table of contents below! The Raspberry PI is a popular card-sized computer. In … Continue reading →
Hey there! I’ve just come back from a two-week vacation, Liz and Helen are both off sick, and I’m not 100% sure I remember how to do my job. So, while I figure out how to social media and word write, here’s this absolutely wonderful video from Ian Charnas, showing how he hacked his car … Continue reading →
Grab yourself a Raspberry Pi, a Makey Makey, and some copper pipes: it’s interactive wind chime time! Perpetual Chimes Perpetual Chimes is a set of augmented wind chimes that offer an escapist experience where your collaboration composes the soundscape. Since there is no wind indoors, the chimes require audience interaction to gently tap or waft … Continue reading →
HackSpace magazine issue 22 is out now, and our favourite tutorial this month will show you how to make this, a xylophone-playing robot! Build a glockenspiel-playing robot with HackSpace magazine Why spend years learning to play a musical instrument when you could program a robot to do it for you? This month HackSpace magazine, we … Continue reading →
Use album artwork to trigger playback of your favourite music with Plynth, the Raspberry Pi–powered, camera-enhanced record stand. Plynth Demo This is “Plynth Demo” by Plynth on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them. Record playback with Plynth Plynth uses a Raspberry Pi and Pi Camera Module to identify … Continue reading →
Unlock your inner Rousseau with this gorgeous Raspberry Pi Zero LED piano visualiser. Piano LED Visualizer Inspired by Rousseau videos I tried to build my own Piano Visualizer. It is made with Raspberry Pi and WS2812B LED strip. Screen and buttons: Waveshare LCD TFT 1,44” 128x128px. Pianist Rousseau Fans of the popular YouTube pianist Rousseau would … Continue reading →
Blinky lights and music created using a Raspberry Pi? Count us in! When Aaron Chambers shared his latest project, Py-Lights, on Reddit, we were quick to ask for more information. And here it is: [Seizure Warning] Raspberry Pi MIDI LED demo A demo for controlling LEDs on a Raspberry Pi Song: Bassnectar – Chasing Heaven … Continue reading →
ChordAssist aims to bring the joy of learning the guitar to those who otherwise may have problems with accessing guitar tutorials. Offering advice in Braille, in speech, and on-screen, ChordAssist has been built specifically for deaf, blind, and mute people. Creator Joe Birch, who also built the BrailleBox device, used Raspberry Pi, Google Assistant, and … Continue reading →