Category: Electronic

Electronics project made by me

Arcade joystick with Arduino

This arcade joystick is made with a standard arcade stick, 6 push buttons (four big and two small) and an Arduino Pro Micro. This particular Arduino variant mounts a ATMega32U4 chip, so it’s recognized as a standard input device if you connect it to a PC through USB: the code flashed into it make the joystick send the button presses… Read more →

Arduino Sound Activated LED

This is a simple project that involves an Arduino, a RGB led strip and a microphone sensor. The Arduino code reads the value from the sensor and does a PWM on the led strip’s light intensity, while a FFT checks the input sound’s frequencies and changes the colour of the led strip. Read more →


This pedal it’s a C++ DSP FX unit made with a Raspberry PI. It’s been originally built and made by Electrosmash It takes the input signal from a guitar (bass it’s also supported if you swap one of the capacitor so it can process lower frequencies), samples it in realtime and feeds it to a C++ script, which outputs a… Read more →

BitCrusher pedal

This pedal it’s an analog simulation of a digital bit crusher. It’s pretty low-fi and makes the guitar sounds very distorted, it resembles me the same effects that the Muse uses on their instruments. I built this pedal both from a pre-made PCB and on a Vero board from scratch Read more →


ArduinoBoy it’s a Gameboy-MIDI bridge based on Trash80 Arduino Boy. With this device you can play the Gameboy just like a piano, I personally use it with Ableton Live in my music making workflow. As it was one of my first projects, I made the circuit by hand on a Vero board without proper tools, so the final result looks… Read more →

Lovely Squeezer

My first attempt at a guitar pedal. It’s made with the FuzzDog’s “Lovely Squeezer” kit.It works quite well and sounds good! Read more →