Using a NeoTrellis M4 from adafuit, Ive created this portable soundboard.
I’ve always wanted to make my games immersive in a way that allows most people to get into them and enjoy them. So, I decided to create a soundboard. In the past I used websites before using an app on my phone, and now I’ve finally created a standalone self-contained soundboard which can be used for anything really.
you will need:
NeoTrellis M4 Enclosure kit (product 4020 from adafruit)
Usb speakers with volume control
Power bank smaller or equal to 144mm (L) x 70mm (W) x 15mm (H)
I have designed this mounting frame that neatly packages all the parts of this project. You do not need it to enjoy the soundboard but its saves room and mess on a table top.
you can view the full guide on what to buy, how to code it and how to assemble this mounting frame
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