Ciao, i'm new in forum 'n with arduino.
I have a project I want to create a measurement system for guitar soundboards. At first I thought to excite the soundboard with a sound box and pick the answer with a microphone. Then I came across the Clio system (http://www.audiomatica.com/home.htm
) and saw that there is a much more reliable than the classic microphone transducer, sensitive to the environment. Audiomatica provides pressure sensors, accelerometers, to carry out noise measurements. The concept is always to excite the soundboard with a sound box, but use an accelerometer to acquire the data: the method should be infallible from the point of view of interference, but from the economical point of view, unfortunately it is less ... I find myself an Arduino board into the tray (used for a college test) and I wanted to ask if anyone thinks it is feasible to build an open source and cost (including the cost of sensors such as accelerometers and possibly what type of accelerometer use)
Thanks all for attention