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Compact Guitar Pedalboard Using Atmega644

Introduction For our ECE 4760 final project, we designed and built an electric guitar pedalboard that will take in an analog audio signal from a guitar and add analog effects such as equalization, gain control, as well as digital effects such as distortion, compression, and chorus. The processed sound will be outputted through a ¼” cable jack that can be connected to a speaker or audio amplifier for playing ...

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Invisible band Using atmega644

Introduction The goal of this project is designing microcontroller operated drum set and guitar which are only consist of drums sticks, pedals, and pick. This is done by implementing accelerometers which are connected to the microcontroller. By swinging the sticks and picking the guitar in the air you can play drums and guitar. We also implemented playback feature that you can record the sound and listen to ...

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Sheet Music Notator Using Atmega644

Introduction We created a system that takes input from a piano and displays the musical notation for it on a television screen. The system uses hardware amplification and filtering of a microphone output with code in C compiled on two Atmel Mega644 microcontrollers. The basic tasks required are pitch identification, measurement of note duration, and video generation. We chose this project because both of us ...

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Automated Rock Band player Using Atmega644

Introduction For our final design project, we built an automated Rock Band player that can beat any Rock Band song by decoding the Xbox 360 video output and sending the appropriate button push and strum signals to a modified Xbox controller. This project was particularly appealing to us because we are both Rock Band fanatics. We had both seen videos of people using bots to beat Rock Band and Guitar Hero son ...

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Guitar Blocks Using Atmega644

Introduction We present to you, the ultimate guitar -- no strings attached (literally)! This guitar features an infrared strumming system and a fret board with physical buttons. It sounds like a real acoustic guitar and it works like a real acoustic guitar, but in the world of Guitar Blocks, it is your ultimate weapon in a game of Tetris. Our final project teaches the user how to play a real acoustic guitar ...

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Touchpad/Infrared Music Synthesizer Using Atmega644

Touchpad/Infrared Music Synthesizer "Generate music with your laptop touchpad!" Wei-jiunn (Vic) Jang Kalina Jordanova The Touchpad Infrared Music Synthesizer uses a laptop touchpad and an infrared distance sensor to control tone, volume and decay length of musical notes. Operating in one of six modes, this device offers a variety of options for generating musical tones. Operation is simple - a user can prod ...

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Der Kapellmeister Using Atmega644

Introduction This project is implemented with a glove, resembling a conducting baton that analyzes gestures and interprets them into musical elements. Der Kapellmeister is a simple tool that tests a user's ability in basic conducting, using a real conducting baton. As a user performs a gesture, the tool will display the tempo, time signature, and beat number on the LCD screen, and output a tick sound throug ...

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