2019-10-08 (Tu) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC_Handheld

One new feature of the EWC_Handheld is the ability to play the instrument on command with user input. Months ago, I had the idea that a single piano key could house a battery and processors to output a pseudo-random note every time the key was pressed as though it were some rogue piano key who wouldn't play along with the rest of the piano. It would be possible but I want more control.

Programming to recognize a digital input when the tempo potentiometer was set to zero allowed the kind of user control I wanted where a note started when the button was pressed and stopped when the button was released. This type of input had not been done with the Electronic Wind Chimes before.

(0:56) Noodling with prandom numbers

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