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A melody maker on Arduino. It has only been tested on the Arduino Uno, so there may be issues with other boards.
Creating the circuit
You will need to connect the following to your Arduino
If you want to save some time, you should connect them to match
- 8 LEDs (must be on adjacent pins)
- A buzzer compatable with the tone function
- A potentiometer
- 2 pushbuttons on interrupt pins (pins 2 & 3 on Arduino Uno)
- A 16x2 LCD screen via I2C
You should use resistors on the LEDs & button like always.
If you did not connect everything to match
you should edit
compile_settings.hpp to match how you connected everything.
If you have questions, please make a new issue.
Uploading the code
First, make sure the LiquidCrystal_I2C library is installed.
After that, it works the same as any other Arduino sketch:
IDE 1 Tutorial
IDE 2 Tutorial