ESP32 IoT Future Board Kittenblock Programming Tutorial 02 - Buzzer

Sound is used very often in hardware programming; it is also a direct way of feedback. This article will introduce the buzzer of Future board thoroughly and teach you how to program them with Kittenblock and to have more fun with it.

 

Programming Blocks

Block

Introduction

The buzzer plays for a period of time at a certain frequency

Different frequencies correspond to different keys/tones

The buzzer plays constantly at a certain frequency

Map the frequency to the corresponding octave, it will make it easier to use

Pause for a period of time according to the beats ( equivalent to delaying)

Depends on bpm. When it is default bpm125, 1 beat equals 0.5 seconds

Play the custom melody

Play the melody in the system

Beats per minute, which equals the playing speed

stop playing, normally used in combination with keep playing block

 

 

Example

📋:Buzzer frequency sounds

📥frequency-tone reference

 

📋:Buzzer frequency keep making sounds

suitable for making instrument(piano) project

 

📋:Buzzer plays according to the notes

Play all the notes within the octave

 

📋:Play the melody

  • Take c4:2 as an example:
    • c: Represent notes from do to ti. An octave includes 7 notes, which are c, d, e, f, g, a, and b.
    • 4: the octave, for example, 4 is the fourth octave.
    • :2: Duration. Take the default situation as an example, when bpm=120 and the quarter note as one beat, 2 beats per second => 0.5 sec/beat, 2 represents half of the quarter note, so the duration of c4:2 is 0.25 seconds.

 

📋:Play the built-in melody

 

📋:Change the bpm of the melody

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