DEEJ Arduino volume mixer
deej is an open-source hardware volume mixer for Windows and Linux PCs. It lets you use real-life sliders (like a DJ!) to seamlessly control the volumes of different apps (such as your music player, the game you're playing and your voice chat session) without having to stop what you're doing.
This build has been highly inspired by SNR Tech Bytes work, video available on youtube. I have used his code but I have decided to improve his design.
I strongly encourage you to take a look at his video before doing this project, the link is below. Thanks to Omri Harel, the creator of Deej volume controler for this awesome tool !
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The 3D model has been designed with very large tolerance values to accomodate each printer. Even without using LEDs, this object can fit perfeclty in your setup.
Components needed for the build :
- Arduino pro micro
- M3 x 10mm countersunk flat head screw x 4
- EC11 with button cap x 5
- individual SK6812 RGBWW LED x 5
- 470 Ohm resistor (more or less)
- Minimum of 2 color of PLA (white for led diffuser)
- a bunch of cheap breadboard type wire
- glue (fix in place the arduino board)
Hope your's will turn out as great as mine !
Omir Harel Github
"Hardware volume controller for PC!" - SNR Tech Bytes :