by tart2000, published
This is a musical instrument based on a saxophone. Developed in a FabLab in Paris, with Matthieu Metzger.
Cut the Ai file on a laser cutter. Add the buttons on the main body part. Wire it all. Plug to Arduino. Upload program. Close box. Add keys. Play music.
I'll give more detailed instructions in a little while if people get curious.
We just finished it and some things might change...
Oh, and you can see it making music here:
The instrument doesn't have a speaker built in.
It just has a jack or MIDI output.
The idea is to be able to do 3 things:
- connect it to a pair of headphones
- connect it to a small speaker
- connect it to a talk-box
It is cut in 3mm medium wood.
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