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  • I've been experimenting with I2S audio recently, using a evaluation board for the nifty WM8731 chip. Check out my twitter feed for pictures of the setup!

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  • Woah! 400 subscribers? That's crazy!

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  • Hey, check out my twitter account- feel free to tweet @doitnowlabs.

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  • A new version of my popular Rpi Guitar pedal is being developed... Watch for more details!

    New Effect Pedal Announcement - Duration: 89 seconds.

    • 3 years ago
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    After 3 years and tons of interest from viewers (like you), I've decided to make a successor to the Rpi Gutiar Effect Box. This new version will be based off of the CHIP $9 computer, and will be ea...
  • A new blog post! Building a 5-watt all tube guitar amplifier (with plenty of pictures!)

    You can read it on my blog:

    http://doitnowlabs.blogspot.com

    I'll make a demo video once I've built a cabinet for the amp chassis.

    Disclaimer: Tube amps contain high voltages that can cause injury or death. Do not attempt this project unless you fully understand the risks that come with it, and you have a working knowledge of how tubes work. Thank you, and be safe!

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  • I accidentally deleted this out of my feed thing. Not a new video, but I want to see it on my front channel page anyway.

    Raspberry Pi Guitar Effect Box - Duration: 14 minutes.

    • 6 years ago
    • 139,161 views
    Edit 4: the schematics for this project are now available as PNG files on github: https://github.com/doitnowlabs/rpieffectbox

    In this video, I deomstrate the Raspberry Pi based guitar effect box/p...
  • Finally a new project video! Plus, I recorded the audio with professional audio microphones for super clear HD sound! Enjoy!

    Noisy Cricket MK II Demo - Duration: 6 minutes, 1 second.

    • 5 years ago
    • 4,268 views
    I demonstrate the Noisy Cricket MK II 1/2 watt guitar amplifier that I built.
    The circuit board was custom etched, and for the first one I've ever made, it turned out well. At it's heart, the amp h...
  • Thanks everyone for 64 subscribers! It's really awesome. Sorry I don't post more videos, I'm still in school and kida busy most of the time. But I can say that I have a really cool project in the works, and it has to do with vacuum tubes...

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  • Quick PSA:

    If you built my Raspberry pi effect box circuit, you should know that R1, R2, and R3 were the incorrect value (.2 Ohms, when they should have been 1k). I fixed this and updated the schematic on git hub. You should change the affected resistors in your project to the correct value ASAP to prevent damage to your Raspberry Pi's GPIO pins. Please remember that I won't be held responsible for any damages related to your building my projects. Thanks and sorry for any inconvenience!

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  • How in the world do you append new files to an existing git repository??? I swear they hire people just to make things difficult.

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  • This is the best sounding tremolo I've made. Enjoy!

    Optical Tremolo v1.0 - Duration: 7 minutes, 6 seconds.

    • 5 years ago
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    You might have to turn up your volume a bit, because I didn't place the mic in the best possible spot...

    Anyway.
    In this video I show you the optical tremolo guitar pedal that I built. It sounds r...
  • I now have a Git Hub page:

    https://github.com/doitnowlabs

    I'll be putting code and schematics here for future projects. I've already uploaded the source code and schematics for my Raspberry Pi effect box. By the way, are any of you going to the Dayton Hamvention? I'll be speaking at the Youth Forum on satellites.

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  • Hey [friend], Your guitar's finished!

    Time Lapse Stratocaster Modding - Duration: 4 minutes, 59 seconds.

    • 6 years ago
    • 503 views
    This video is just what the title says: Time lapse guitar modding. The guitar in the video belongs to my friend, but I have one that's very similar to it that I also installed these mods in. You ca...
  • Debian Linux console on an LCD character display - Duration: 89 seconds.

    • 6 years ago
    • 6,859 views
    What you see above is the serial console from a Raspberry Pi being piped into an Arduino, which then does some formating, and sends it to a four by twenty character LCD. Also attached to the Arduin...
  • Thanks to everyone who has subscribed!

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  • Arduino Sound Looper - Duration: 82 seconds.

    • 6 years ago
    • 7,524 views
    You might want to turn down your sound a bit:
    In this video I demonstrate the effect looper that I built using an arduino UNO, two potentiometers, a push button and a few resistors. I'll upload my ...
  • Arduino Oscilloscope - Duration: 40 seconds.

    • 6 years ago
    • 3,816 views
    Just a quick video showing my Arduino-based PC oscilloscope.
    The only hardware required is an Arduino and a computer that can run python code; but if you want to be fancy like me, you need a compon...
  • My back patio from Tiger Eye's point of view - Duration: 52 seconds.

    • 6 years ago
    • 3,240 views
    If anyone was wondering what the video from the ip camera that I used on my robot looks like, you now know. It was raining out when I recorded this, so I was lucky nothing shorted out!

    If you want...
  • Tiger Eye - A Robot Demonstration - Duration: 30 seconds.

    • 6 years ago
    • 36,979 views
    I demonstrate the robot I built, which I call "Tiger Eye".
    It's based on an iRobot Roomba 4000, and controlled through wifi via a wii remote connected through bluetooth to a laptop.
    A Raspberry pi ...
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