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Arduino Audio Sampler [Project]
posted November 4 2014 18:53.24 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Meet the MicroWaveSampler - An Arduino based Lo-Fi' Sampler with 16-step sequencer and preset function.

So the brain of the game is of course our microprocessor, the Atmega328. It reads the WAV-files from the SD-card. We have a GUI in our little 16x2 LCD which shows our 16 steps/samples on the bottom line, each soundfile on the card is assigned a unique ASCII character, and since it's a chinese LCD we're using we have 185 symbols available (minus the ones we are using for common indicators etc).





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