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I was wondering if anyone had any simple sound circuts with variable pitch?
It doesn't have to be very fancy just beeps and boops ( beeps and boops are preffered actually) Ii just need something that can create sounds with variable pitch and of any length

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Articas (author)2010-08-09

Sorry I probably didn't explain this well but I am using this for a simpple synth/keyboard

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Articas (author)Articas2010-08-13

like just turn a knob change the note

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jeff-o (author)2010-08-05

Oh, you want beeps AND boops? I've got you covered! https://www.instructables.com/id/Thingamaplush-Robot/

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Articas (author)jeff-o2010-08-06

i suppose this could be very useful thanks anyway

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jeff-o (author)Articas2010-08-07

It's based on the Thingamakit, which is slightly more generic and perhaps better suited to your needs: Thingamakit

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.Unknown. (author)2010-08-04

If you're after something really simple, and low voltage, try this from frickelkram: https://www.instructables.com/id/Morse-tone-generator-low-power-CW-beeper/

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rickharris (author)2010-08-02
By far the easiest option is either a 555 timer sound effect cct or a dedicated ic that makes the sort of sound you need.

http://www.getlofi.com/?p=3132

http://www.rapidonline.com/Electronic-Components/Integrated-Circuits/Timers-Signal-Gens./M3720-4-Siren-generator-IC/36138

http://www.rapidonline.com/Electronic-Components/Integrated-Circuits/Timers-Signal-Gens./SMC0608S-6-tone-Sound-generator/75837

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