As shown in this video, I connected the UART of an Acro Naze32 flight controller to an Arduino Mega, and used the pitch values (pitch, get it?) from the IMU to modify the pitch of a buzzer.
You can download the code for this example from github.
"Monsters - Monsters from the ID"
Yeah, ID = 108 ;^D
i would love it when the backward oriented mw dev guys would pick it up.
your work is great!
Oh boy, I played with this idea myself a year or so ago with an IMU. I won't post the links to soundcloud. ;)
Oh, why not.
Is that a sweet pentatonic scale I'm hearing? I actually thought of restricting the tones to a Cmajor scale so I could play the Naze like a piano, but then I decided it was time to do some actual work ;^D
I fed the pitch and roll from the IMU into a program written to work with a theremin. There were different scales and I could move through them. I recorded it in MIDI and then fed it through a music theory program that filtered some of the obvious junk and recorded that in MIDI, then I picked a synthesizer and let it play the result.
My approach was much more haphazard and non repeatable than yours.
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