This project started by accident. At the time, I was a product design
student who had used Arduino just a little. When I found a drum mania controller at a used store at a bargain
price, I was somehow attracted to it and bought it. This is the beginning of everything. I took it apart and
played with Arduino. I used a piezo for the first time at that time. I learned the delicate sensing ability of
piezo. I realized the greatness of electronic drums such as Roland, Yamaha, and Alesis, which process the
beautifully. I want to try it myself.
I didn't have any knowledge of programming or electronics. In other words, I have acquired a lot of knowledge through this project. For some people, this project is just a reinvention of the wheel. But it's a very meaningful project for me. As I proceeded with this project, I drew on the knowledge of many predecessors. Many of them keep information open. That's great. So I decided to publish this project as an open source hardware project. I would be happy if this project helps someone create something.
Except where otherwise noted, data of this project is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license.
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This project is developed by me alone. If you like this project, please support me.