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Hey, thanks for your reply,my concern was less playing the audio file, that should be simple enough indeed, the touch recognition was more what I was wondering about. For Audio I use these chips, for anybody interested: "https://www.banggood.com/DFPlayer-Mini-MP3-Player-..." they work really well and standalone (so not even arduino needed) and for the touch recognition I found some tutorials using MOSFET transistors for example: "https://www.instructables.com/id/Touch-Switch/"Once I have some spare time, I will try and combine the two and see if it makes for a good solution.
Okay, so I know that this tutorial is written - and so kinda sponsored by - "Bare Conductive" so obviously they would recommend you use their products - But I feel that buying a 70 EUR board (that's the price of the Touch Board) just to use one out of 12 Inputs is kinda overkill. Is there a way to realise this with an arduino pro mini or so?
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Cool project.My little dragon goes into hibernation around September every year, so unfortunately he can't join for the halloween fun ;)