A new Arduino Uno kit is now available from the developer board company that allows makers, professionals and novices to learn the basics of electronics for assembling retro music players.
Called the Arduino Make Your Uno kit, it teaches users how to solder and become familiar with every single component in the Arduino Uno as well as comes in packaging that allows users to build a synth and make music.
The kit comes with all the components to build an Arduino Uno and audio synthesizer shield along with a complete set of instructions in a dedicated content platform. This allows video material, a 3D interactive viewer with instructions and a how-to program for the board once finished.
The kit contains a printed circuit board, USB adapter, resistors, diodes, LEDs, push buttons, MOSFETs, capacitors, connectors, microcontrollers and more. The audio synth includes the PCB, resistors, audio amplifier, capacitors and more.
The retro synth music players could be used in conjunction with other Arduino projects or other devices or could be used as a stand-alone player.
The complete kit can be found on the Arduino store.