Laser Harp with Tah and Raspberry-Pi

This valentines we made this wooden Harp and used Laser and Light Dependent Resistors (LDR's) to play music. I will not be showing you how to make the wooden structure, but you can find the images with exact dimensions if you want to use them. I have used the code of Piano Stairs which I found in this instructable Here is the list of items that you will require 1. Wooden structure of the harp 2. 12 - 3mm re ...

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Raspberry pi Kodi network media player for less than $60!

Kodi (also known as XBMC) is a great network media player that can access not just the files on your USB and network, but great internet content such as Youtube, Syfy, HGTV and more. Kodi is a piece of software that you can download and install on just about any computer including PC's Macs and - in this case - the Raspberry Pi. Now you can probably get a cheap chinese network media player from Ebay for the ...

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Raspberry Kodi Streaming Speaker

My dad liked to buy a high end steaming speaker. But he found no wifi speaker with the ability to play music from an usb stick and listen music with the headphone. The most speaker we found had no display but I think it's nice to have one, so we decide to build our own speaker. Step 1: Parts and Tools First I like to say the project costs about 280$. But when you look what a similar speaker costs, the proje ...

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Audio Solution with Control and Visualization on a Raspberry Pi with Touchscreen (Squeezebox Touch functionality)

We present you a possibility to select and control your Raspberry Pi audio player directly through a touch display. Our setup is based on the Squeezebox technology and therefore also enables multi-room audio solutions. Our idea was to find a simple and affordable way to fill multiple rooms with sound. It should be part of the living environment and thus not take up too much space and not look too technical. ...

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Raspberry Pi Music Fingers

Creating music is always fun, but making it with your own DIY musical instrument is much better !! Whether you are a professional musician looking for that next new instrument to try or an amateur enthusiast who has basic knowledge of electronics, use the Raspberry Pi to create your own DIY Music fingers. So now set aside about half a day to complete the build of the new instrument shown in the pictures abo ...

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Turn your Raspberry Pi into a Wireless Portable Bluetooth Audio System A2DP

Howdy folks! I had the idea of turning my Raspberry Pi into something like the Beats By Dre portable audio system found here: http://www.beatsbydre.com/speakers/beatbox-portable-usb/beatbox-portable-usb,default,pd.html It’s a cool product, don’t get me wrong, but I’m not really down to pay $400+ tax for some fancy looking speakers (which don't even give you rechargeable batteries, by the way). So I decided ...

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Vintage DAC for RaspberryPi audio

Idea... I was curios about some old school R2R DACs namely the BurrBrown PCM56P. They where used in the late 80's in some of the better CD players like SonyES222/DenonDCD1500/MaranzXY whatsoever. There is some discussion in certain forums about their more or less superior sound quality, compared to this and that chip bla bla... I simply needed to experience one myself. So why not use one of these oldies wit ...

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RaspbAIRy – the RaspberryPi-based Airplay speaker

With the delivery of my second RaspberryPi I finally got the chance to start this long-planned project: I wanted to replace my old bathroom radio with a  more contemporary device by building a network-enabled speaker. Because I'm a user of several iDevices, the idea of making the speaker AirPlay-compatible became the basis of my further work. After some googling I discovered James Laird's amazing shairport ...

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PiMiDi: A Raspberry Pi Midi Box, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love MIDI

This is my second instructable on using the Raspberry Pi for digital audio, check out my first instructable for how to set up and control custom audio effects on a Raspberry Pi. If you like them, please vote for me!! If you like messing with audio effects or making digital music, you might have heard of MIDI. For the rest of you savages, MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is a standard method for c ...

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Durio BASIC + Raspberry Pi B+ (Assembled)

This is a Durio Sound BASIC and Raspberry Pi B+ (Assembled). Includes: • Durio Sound BASIC board   x1 • Raspberry Pi B+   x1 • M3 Nylon Screws 5mm   x8 • M3 Nylon Standoffs 18mm   x4 • 0.1" Jumper   x2 * Fully assembled, ready to use! Durio Sound adds a 24-bit 192kHz ultimate sound quality with the lowest possible distortion to your Raspberry Pi. Introducing Durio Sound for Raspberry Pi: a DAC for Raspberry ...

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