Name that tune!

Not really a hack, but fun…

// Tune 1
beeper.Beep(1.0, 475);
beeper.Beep(0.5, 693);
beeper.Beep(0.16, 625);
beeper.Beep(0.16, 595);
beeper.Beep(0.16, 525);
beeper.Beep(1.1, 950);
beeper.Beep(0.5, 693);
beeper.Beep(0.16, 625);
beeper.Beep(0.16, 595);
beeper.Beep(0.16, 525);
beeper.Beep(1.1, 950);
beeper.Beep(0.5, 693);
beeper.Beep(0.16, 625);
beeper.Beep(0.16, 595);
beeper.Beep(0.16, 625);
beeper.Beep(1.1, 525);

// Tune 2
beeper.Beep(0.45, 195);
beeper.Beep(0.2, 30000);
beeper.Beep(0.45, 195);
beeper.Beep(0.2, 30000);
beeper.Beep(0.45, 195);
beeper.Beep(0.2, 30000);
beeper.Beep(0.45, 155);
beeper.Beep(0.15, 233);
beeper.Beep(0.45, 195);
beeper.Beep(0.2, 30000);
beeper.Beep(0.45, 155);
beeper.Beep(0.15, 233);
beeper.Beep(0.6, 195);

Second one looks like the imperial march.
(Haven’t tried these on my saber yet…)

Ding ding ding ding :star2:

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Of course you know this, but for others: there’s more beeps than default settings allow, beeper.h needs
struct Beep beeps_[16];

True, but putting the beeps on a saber to figure out what song it is seems like cheating. :slight_smile:

I can name that tune in 3 bleeps and one blade style?

You’d like this then. Kids figured out what can be done with their Nintendo Switch.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CMwEqQsHL8e/?igshid=poiupo1843bn

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