Make Music Player using Arduino | DIY | Project

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This is a simple and fun Arduino project which can be build in 10–15 minutes once we have the hardware. The project is very simple, An Arduino audio player that plays ".wav" files. It consists of a speaker, a amplifier, and a micro-SD card adapter for a micro-SD card that holds the .wav files.

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Music used in the video:
1) Manhattan by Dyalla

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Making your own Music Player using Arduino Uno is an exciting little project. This project doesn’t necessarily need to be a powerful music player but rather to check the ability of the Arduino Uno or any other Arduino boards to play audio files with the help of supporting library files, thanks to the outstanding work of Arduino Community.

Once you have a circuit using Arduino Uno, a microSD Card Module (Adapter), a microSD Card and speakers or headphones, you can implement several sound effects in your projects, which are not possible under normal circumstances.

As mentioned earlier, the main components of the Arduino based Music Player project are Arduino board and SD Card Module / Adapter. The audio files stored in a microSD card (more about audio files later) are read by Arduino with the help of SD Card Module and played through a speaker.

So, it is very important that you understand how to interface an SD Card Module with Arduino and read / write data from / to a microSD Card.
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