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is it possible to turn a morse code sender into a electric instrument... Answered

is it possible to turn a morse code sender into a electric instrument... by using a 1/4" inch jack and momentary switch? Maybe with a battery pack attached and a few resistors?

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lemonie (author)2009-08-18

A Morse code key is a switch, you could use it to make beeps, but the standard morse kit only plays one note. Still interested in a one-note bleep machine?

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Silverpoint (author)lemonie2009-08-20

yah i am, although it will be my prototype the problem is finding a way to mimick the beeping sound from a buzzer in a electrical circuit and then it has to be output into the computer and its thr true nature of a one note beeping sound that seemingly makes it versitile, its all a matter of hooking it up to various effects and changing the keys in the computer program...

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lemonie (author)Silverpoint2009-08-20

I downloaded a trial version of NCH tone generator - it does sine waves very well. Might be good for testing?

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frollard (author)lemonie2009-08-19

It could be a neat effect to use a morse key as the input for various effects because it can be applied so effortlessly, quickly on and off, etc...I can think a dj using it for clipping effects...

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Silverpoint (author)frollard2009-08-20

yah thats what i kinda meant.... i mean i have been using my program and i was thinking of making it in a form of a one key keyboard basicly....

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lemonie (author)frollard2009-08-19

Yes that would be good, you could incorporate the synthetic duck too?

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orksecurity (author)2009-08-18

I'm not sure what kind of "morse code sender" you're talking about. Point to an example, please, or describe in greater detail.

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Silverpoint (author)orksecurity2009-08-20

one key keyboard... no notes no modified notes just want an inxpensive one key keyboard i know it sounds weird... but iwas thinking it could help on my next album...

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seandogue (author)2009-08-19

do you mean an automated morse code sender that sends preformed letters and words? if so, conceivably, one could go thru a bunch of machinations to make music using it...not sure why, but that's a taboo question for me to ask. Since you said a battery a switch, a 1/4 jack, and a couple of resistors...ima be bold and say NO

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Bigev (author)2009-08-19

Three words: Real life censor.

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