I for one buy my audio, if you mean the sound fonts. BTW, sound font is the "saber world" seems to be the term used for all the sound files associated with saber sounds (swings, clahes, pon, poff etc.), but each of these sounds is in a different file.http://www.saberfont.com/Some of the sound fonts I bought from this site, some of them I inherited from my non-DIY saber electronics.
I found a decent set of lightsaber sound fonts here: https://www.freesound.org/people/joe93barlow/packs/5968/?page=2#soundNeed to edit them to the right sampling rate in Audacity, but they work ok. I'm still playing w/ them to get rid of the tap sound though.
As someone who is totally new to arduino, would you be willing to share some of your code to help me with making the sounds, I don't think I will have any problems with the LED's but it would be nice to get some more info on the sound code.
I found these while searching once a while back. They seem good, but I don't want to create an account just to download something that is supposed to be free. I hate it when sites do that.
@billpealer and JakeSoftManaged to work out out the very noticeable click sound. I ended up purchasing sound fonts from saberfonts last night as the other fonts from ultrasaber where 1 not what i was wanting and 2 not clean sounding to me. Still ended up having a click, but found it was in the font itself so just removed it and much smoother.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GhXbPnGdQCkNew Setup
I LIKE IT!!!!
Thanks!This is just spit balling here, but my plan is to be able to use the some other command TBD lol for clash and swing, and then be able to just continue with the hum and if it repeat, that way it will always repeat hum, unless it picks up the other sensors.
@billpealer and JakeSofthttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GhXbPnGdQCkNew Setup
Nice! It looks like you've worked out the basics. And thank you for sharing video! I wish more would take video of their progress. It's satisfying to watch how the process plays out for others.