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Hey everyone, I came across an instructable where someone used an arduino and some code to play chiptune music. I want to modify this so that it will work on an attiny85v, however I don't like the song. Apparently he got someone here to make the song into code, I was wondering if anyone here could do it for me.

Here is the instructable with the code.
http://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-Chiptunes/?ALLSTEPS

Here is the music I'd like it to play.



Also, how did he/do you turn music into arduino code? By hand? With a program?
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In the comments on that Instructables page:
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The Arduino code is by Stimmer in the Arduino Forums.

Maybe Stimmer will say?

Or you can take the code apart and see what the data bytes are for.
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Its an interesting link, I have not looked at chip tunes before.

If you read through the page, there is a link to this page with a background video -

http://www.linusakesson.net/music/elements/index.php

I plan to have a good look at this, its a completely different approach to what i expected.

Duane B

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What I didn't do last time I just did. I searched chiptune on Google and got a pile of hits.

http://www.chiptune.com/

Just some idea of formats. I wonder which is yours?
http://ocremix.org/forums/archive/index.php/t-13715.html

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Had a quick look, this link gives instructions and links on how to make/convert your tunes.

http://bearborne.blogspot.co.uk/2011/12/hi-everyone-today-im-back-again-with.html
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