This one is for all you budding Mozarts, Beethovens and Roths who are also sort of the next Turing or Tesla. A DIY home music instrument which responds to your finger movements is the perfect amalgamation of musician and innovator. As I said this device will respond to the pressure of your fingers to create a distinctive note of a particular music instrument.
The good folks at Raspberry Pi are once again responsible for this amazing opportunity for you, which is a nice project for the budding musician. A simple circuit with some which requires the use of slightly high-end toys which are sure to excite the techy in you, you get to use a 3-d printer!
You’ll need the Raspberry Pi A+, a Capacitor for the Raspberry Pi kit, some coins, hot glue and of course a portable speaker so that you can whip this out and connect it anywhere anytime, no need to carry a guitar to be the life of a party now, maybe.
This project is a great opportunity for you to explore two facets of your interests and truly explore your talents and find a hobby you never thought you would have.
This guy has given excellent instructions along with STL files for 3D printing the equipment along with videos to serve as drumming demo.
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