He worked up a pretty cool design and had it laser cut out of acrylic. Each head has 4 "springs" that were also cut from the acrylic. Hoo Needs Any More Of Those... The Arduino based drum circuit sits on a little pedestal in the middle, as though it were on display.
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Advertisement obsoehollerith Thread Starter Joined: Mar 1, 2008 Messages: 3 Oh, yeah, there WON'T be a prize to who figures that one out, but you may be worth an email. Ben Wang on A 6502 Retrocomputer In A Very Tidy Package Now on Hackaday.io Vince Hodges liked PIC Graphics Demo. f liked Star Trek Communicator Badge. Needs to have something with some sort of response, like a layer of rubber, to give it bounce.
I love this! Report comment Reply Audin says: May 22, 2009 at 10:08 am I'm bummed the arduino isn't making the sound itself though. Keeping a low profile. I wish i could have time for playing any instrument.
First Name: Email address: Copyright ©2017 The Acoustic Guitar Forum > Members List obsoehollerith's Profile User Name Remember Me? Keep it up! And i agree with JohnS Where are the rimshots? 😀 Chris Gammell says August 28, 2010 at 1:20 pm I'll try and work one in for the next episode joe72205 says
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Skip to content Hackaday Primary Menu Home Blog Hackaday.io Store Hackaday Prize Submit About February 21, 2017 Laser cut drum kit 14 Comments by: Caleb Kraft May 22, 2009 [Segwaymonkey] picked Posted in Arduino Hacks, digital audio hacks, laser hacksTagged arduino, drums, flatpack, laser cut Post navigation ←Wireless portable USB tetheriFob: Keyless entry→ 14 thoughts on “Laser cut drum kit” chicosoft says: Have fun! Anyhow, I'm here to see just much fun is possible in the tiny span that I get to exist in.
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Watchers No watchers yet. If he made them round, he could use stock off the shelf heads, all of the same size. Some widgets have options that are only available when you get Core Membership. We've split the page into zones! Somehow, I think I will get a kit from spikenzielab and make some drums for the band I am in and use my computer as the drum software. (D'Accord anyone?) Report
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It's like custom drum kits! I'd very much like to make it - looks like a fairly inexpensive project depending on where you get the rest of the materials… Report comment Reply belajar drum says: September All rights reserved. Report comment Reply ShiniGamiSan says: May 22, 2009 at 1:24 pm As a long time professional drummer (Platinum Record from Duran Duran), this is cool, but would play like crap.
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