Reference.RobotTuneWrite History

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May 15, 2013, at 09:34 AM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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tuneWrite(tune)

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tuneWrite()

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When playing a music with the robot, change the pitch of the sounds being played. The larger the value, the higher the pitch.

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When playing a music file through playFile(), this will change the pitch of the sound. The larger the value, the higher the pitch.

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pitch: float, indicating the pitch of the sound currently playing. By default it's 1.0.

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pitch: float, indicating the pitch of the sound currently playing. 1.0 is the baseline value.

May 13, 2013, at 11:50 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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When playing a music with robot, change the tune(pitch) of the music. The bigger its tune is, the higher pitch it goes(sound becomes sharper). The smaller, the lower(sound goes heavier).

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When playing a music with the robot, change the pitch of the sounds being played. The larger the value, the higher the pitch.

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Robot.tuneWrite(tune)

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Robot.tuneWrite(pitch)

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tune: a float number indicates the pitch of playing. By default it's 1.0, which means 1x pitch. So 0.8 will be 80% of the pitch.

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pitch: float, indicating the pitch of the sound currently playing. By default it's 1.0.

May 03, 2013, at 11:21 AM by Xun Yang -
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April 17, 2013, at 05:04 PM by Xun Yang -
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When playing a music with robot, change the tune(speed) of the music. The bigger its tune is, the faster it plays. The smaller, the slower.

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When playing a music with robot, change the tune(pitch) of the music. The bigger its tune is, the higher pitch it goes(sound becomes sharper). The smaller, the lower(sound goes heavier).

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tune: a float number indicates the speed of playing. By default it's 1.0, which means 1x speed. So 0.8 will be 80% of the speed.

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tune: a float number indicates the pitch of playing. By default it's 1.0, which means 1x pitch. So 0.8 will be 80% of the pitch.

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  Robot.tuneWrite(1.4);//40% faster than the default
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  Robot.tuneWrite(1.4);//40% higher than default
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April 17, 2013, at 04:55 PM by Xun Yang -
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  Robot.tuneWrite(0.8);
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  Robot.tuneWrite(1.4);//40% faster than the default
April 17, 2013, at 04:54 PM by Xun Yang -
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