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Last month I outlined some good ways that students can experiment with sounds and create music online.
The Virtual Keyboard is an online keyboard that students can use to virtually play piano, organ, saxophone, flute, pan pipes, guitar, bass, and steel drums. The Virtual Keyboard could be a good way for students to experiment with creating chords and sounds on instruments that their schools might not have. For example, a BASIC Stamp sending the character “E” to another BASIC Stamp could use the command SEROUT TxPin, 16470, [“E”].

Out of all the musical instruments available, these keyboards probably have the most diverged range, especially in the digital music age. Earlier this week through Danny Nicholson's Whiteboard Blog I learned about another resource to add to that list.
I'm pretty sure my elementary school didn't have an organ for us to play, but something like the Virtual Keyboard could have been useful for us. You can look up the SEROUT command in the BASIC Stamp Manual or the BASIC Stamp Editor’s Help feature. Since we are seeing a lot of coming up with creating their own music, why not make your own music instruments too (for a change)!!!  This is exactly what Oak Kar’s blog post about DIY’in a musical keyboard details with.

Based on IC 4060, this keyboard project is quite of a hell raiser and one has to be curious to invent something new as well as prepared for some tedious work.

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