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 Possibilities for the SD card reader are endless, and can be used with the web server example, with the LCD as a simple e-reader, or for any application where the Arduino'​s onboard data memory is not enough. ​ The Wave Shield makes use of the Arduino SD card library: http://​arduino.cc/​en/​Reference/​SD , which can be used in your own projects independently of the Wave Shield code. Possibilities for the SD card reader are endless, and can be used with the web server example, with the LCD as a simple e-reader, or for any application where the Arduino'​s onboard data memory is not enough. ​ The Wave Shield makes use of the Arduino SD card library: http://​arduino.cc/​en/​Reference/​SD , which can be used in your own projects independently of the Wave Shield code.
  
-| {{workshops:​challenge_yourself.jpg?​200x0}}| **Easy**\\ **(1)** Make a sampler ​player. ​ Connect some buttons to trigger a number of samples. ​ How about using a potentiometer to adjust the sample rate?\\ \\ **Intermediate**\\ **(1)** Using the Ethernet shield, make a speaking clock. ​ Try using NTP http://​arduino.cc/​en/​Tutorial/​UdpNTPClient to get the current time, then construct a sentence from short samples to indicate the time.\\ **(2)** Make a synthesiser. ​ Here http://​makezine.com/​projects/​make-35/​advanced-arduino-sound-synthesis you can see how to generate waveforms using the Arduino. ​ This could allow you to make more interesting synthesised music than with the tone() function.\\ \\ **Harder**\\ **(1)** Make your sample player into a full sampler by making it record samples direct to the SD card. |+| {{workshops:​challenge_yourself.jpg?​200x0}}| **Easy**\\ **(1)** Make a sample ​player. ​ Connect some buttons to trigger a number of samples. ​ How about using a potentiometer to adjust the sample rate?\\ \\ **Intermediate**\\ **(1)** Using the Ethernet shield, make a speaking clock. ​ Try using NTP http://​arduino.cc/​en/​Tutorial/​UdpNTPClient to get the current time, then construct a sentence from short samples to indicate the time.\\ **(2)** Make a synthesiser. ​ Here http://​makezine.com/​projects/​make-35/​advanced-arduino-sound-synthesis you can see how to generate waveforms using the Arduino. ​ This could allow you to make more interesting synthesised music than with the tone() function.\\ \\ **Harder**\\ **(1)** Make your sample player into a full sampler by making it record samples direct to the SD card. |
  
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