File Name: arduino sound effects and amplifier circuits .zip
Adding sounds or music to our project will always make it looks cool and sounds much more attractive. Especially if you are using an Arduino and you have lots of pins free, you can easily add sound effects to your project by just investing in an extra SD card module and a normal speaker.
Thanks to the Arduino community who have developed some libraries to build this in a fast and easy way. We have also used IC LM here for amplification and noise cancelation purpose. For playing sounds from SD Card using Arduino , we need audio files in.
To make an arduino mp3 player , there are a lot of mp3 shields are available which you can use with arduino. Step 2: Arduino can play a wav file in the following format. You can toy around with the settings later, but these settings were experiment to be the best in quality. Then feed in the above settings.
Once done it should look something like this in the below image. Wav file format. It will also be downloaded once the conversion is done. Step 5: Finally format your SD card and save your.
Make sure you format it before you add this file. Also remember the name of your audio file. Similarly you can select any of your four audios and save them with names 1, 2, 3 and 4 Names should not be changed. I have converted four songs and have saved them as 1. The complete circuit diagram is shown in the Image below.
As we know our audio files are saved into the SD card, hence we interface a SD card reader module with our Arduino. It is further listed in the table below. Now the Arduino will be able to read the music file from the SD card and play it on the pin number 9.
But the audio signals produced by the Arduino on pin 9 will not be audible much. The amplifier shown above is designed for a Gain of and the Vdd pin 6 is powered by the 5V pin of the Arduino. It can withstand a maximum of 15V. Learn more about this gain amplification configuration for LM here. We also have two push buttons connected to the pin 2 and 3 of the Arduino. I have used these buttons just to demonstrate its abilities; you can play the song whenever required.
Check the Demo Video at the end. You can assemble this circuit completely over a Breadboard as shown in the picture below. Once we are ready with the Hardware and the SD card, we are just one step away playing those songs. Insert the card into your SD card module and follow the steps below.
Step 1: As said earlier we will be using a library to make this project work. The link for the library is given below. Now, click on Upload and get ready to play your audio files. The program is self explanatory since they have the comment lines. But, I have also explained the ability of the TMRpcm library below. You can play any audio that is stored in Wav format inside the SD card module by using the line below. There are not direct ways to forward or rewind an Audio file, but you can use the line below to play a song at a particular time.
The library gives us two qualities to play the music, one is to play as normal mode the other to play with 2X oversampling. Yes, you can control the volume of the audio through software. You can simply set the volume by using the line below.
Higher music volumes tend to affect the quality of the audio, hence use hardware control when possible. After programming your Arduino simply press the button connected to pin 2 and your Arduino will play the first song saved as 1.
Now you can press the button again to change your track to the next song that is to play 2. Likewise you can navigate to all four songs. Press it once to pause the song and press it again to play it from where it stopped. Watch the video below for complete working or maybe to relax yourself with some songs.
Hope you enjoyed the project. Now it is up to your creativity to use them in your projects. You can make a speaking clock, voice assistant, talking robot, voice alert security system and much more. Let me know how you are planning to use it through the comment section and also if you have any problems in getting this thing work you can reach me through the forums or the comment section below. Set volume level music. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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For my recent Question Block Lamp project , I wanted to be able to play sound effects. However, after writing the code and wiring up the circuit, I ran into a little problem: the sound that came out of the speaker was too quiet. Installed, the speaker was going to be stuck on the inside of a 3mm acrylic box, so it seemed like there was significant risk of the sound effects being inaudible. Sound volume is directly proportional to current. So the problem has an obvious diagnosis, but what about the solution? I thought it was likely to be complex, require a number of additional components on the board, and would add cost to the project. Yet again, it turns out that I was over-thinking the problem.
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