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Open hardware for musicians and music lovers: Headphone, amps, and more


The world is full of great open source music players, but why stop at using open source just to play music? You can also use open source hardware to make music. All of the instruments described in this article are certified by the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA). That means you are free to build upon them, remix them, or do anything else with them.

From 3D-printed instruments to devices that pull sound out of the air, there are plenty of ways to create music with open hardware projects.

See https://opensource.com/article/19/6/hardware-music

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Open hardware for musicians and music lovers: Headphone, amps, and more

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From 3D-printed instruments to devices that pull sound out of the air, there are plenty of ways to create music with open hardware projects.

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