Kids are Taught Für Elise’s First Theme During Initial Piano Learning. Here is How to Play Arduino Piezo Music Codes Like Für Elise or Jingle Bell. Ludwig van Beethoven Composed Für Elise on 27th April, 1810. Beethoven’s Heroic Period of composition was at extreme personal crisis. Beethoven’s deafness was encroaching, he also began to avoid peoples. And as usually, a lady left his life. The composition is written in a minor key indicating an agitated, dark sadness which repeat backs, initially disturbs and gradually it addicts the listener. We will suggest to understand the logic of the coding of Für Elise (link given below). That is somewhat important part.
Play Arduino Piezo Music Codes
You will need a plain, simple piezo buzzer, which is usually added in the typical DIY basic electronic component kits. Circuit is quite easy – buzzer’s (+) will have a 220 Ohm resistor and then will go to Arduino’s pin, which is 10 in our most examples on Github. Buzzer’s (-) will go to Arduino’s GND. Circuit is like blinking LED. If you still have doubt, this kind of setup shown on official site :
If you only want to play by copy pasting pre-composed musical notes, for that reason we have Arduino Buzzer Tone Codes on GitHub repo. Just copy each once a time.
Play Arduino Piezo Music Codes : Understanding the Coding Part
We have shown the logic above. Arduino is not exactly C or C++. Arduino lacks proper documentation and debugging panel. It is just difficult to fine tune the music. With the same buzzer, with a cheaper micro-controller, it is possible to code better.
But, the included music will probably bring happiness to the kids and their parents who actually can not understand what exactly to do with the Arduino board. We try to deliver cheaper solution, because Arduino and probably Adafruit already ripped off huge money. Far better sound is delivered with hardly $5 simple toy.
Really there is not much to learn except understanding the logical flow of coding. There is too much abstraction that makes coding more music impractical.
Adding resisters of different values to positive and negative end of the buzzer will change the “sound”. You may try with one or multiple 220 Ohm, 1K ohn resisters.