Wave Shield Voice Changer @ Adafruit Learning System. Speak like everyone’s favorite baritone Sith lord or sing along with the Lollipop Guild!
The Wave Shield for Arduino is one of Adafruit’s earliest shield kits and remains a perennial favorite. And for good reason — it’s among the easiest and most flexible means of adding quality sound effects to an Arduino project!
Like a fine wine, open source projects improve with age. We’ve taught this classic shield a new trick: a realtime voice changer! Speak like everyone’s favorite baritone Sith lord or sing along with the Lollipop Guild. The Wave Shield has long been a staple among makers’ Halloween projects. This latest addition really cinches it!\
There are three central components to this project:
- Arduino Uno (an older Arduino Duemilanove or “328” Diecimila can be used as well…but not an Arduino Mega nor Leonardo, sorry).
- Adafruit Wave Shield.
- Adafruit Microphone Amplifier Breakout.
You’ll also need basic soldering tools, wire and bits & bobs.
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