June 10, 2014 AT 7:00 am

How To Build An Electric MIDI Xylophone #ArtTuesday

Jenna Deboisblanc gove a how to on building your own electronic MINI xylophone with arduino

I built an Arduino-controlled electronic xylophone.

Piezo disks > voltage > Arduino > OSC and/or MIDI > Garageband

Code
Github repos:

New code that uses Pure Data and OSC to create and/or play MIDI and doesn’t rely on a serial to MIDI converter (updated June 15, 2012)
Old code that relies on serial to MIDI converter

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