Digital Saxophone using Atmel 644 microcontroller

Digital Saxophone using Atmel 644 microcontroller
>> This genius guy Brian Wang from cornell university made Digital Saxophone using Atmel 644 microcontroller as his final year project.
>> A project summary in his words “My final project was the design of a digital saxophone which can reproduce the sound of an actual saxophone through digitally synthesized electrical waveforms. The digital saxophone consists of a microphone to sense the user blowing into a mouthpiece, push-buttons to control the note to be played, and the Atmel644 Micro-Controller which processes the inputs and produces the digital output that sounds like a saxophone.”
>> You can get further information from here.

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