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Arduino and MSGEQ7 Based Equalizer Pedal

Make your own Arduino/MSGEQ7 based instrument equalizer complete with LCD display by Pierre Vernaeckt

Today’s project consists, as the title says, in the creation of an arduino/MSGEQ7 based pedal to be used with your guitar/bass/whatever. I’m going to show you how to use the MSGEQ7 (a 7 bands equalizer), how to display the result on a graphical LCD and, icing on the cake, how to make your own arduino shield.

Tutorial with source code here!


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