capacitive sensor with conductive ink

I was looking at this tutorial: http://www.bareconductive.com/capacitance-sensor If I wanted to make a capacitive sensor that produces sound, how would I go about doing it?

If I wanted to make a capacitive sensor that produces sound

How would a capacitive sensor made up of ink (and paper?) make noise?

I figured that if I connected a speaker to it somehow, perhaps I could use the values to make sounds. Bare Conductive even said that soon they're going to make tutorials on how to do that.

How about using the Tone library? (from your question, you made it appear like the sensor would be making the noise)

If I wanted to make a capacitive sensor that produces sound, how would I go about doing it?

I thought that is what the tutorial you posted a link to was all about? What am I not getting?

They don’t mention how to go about producing sound from a capacitive sensor.

The sensor can’t produce sound, that’s what the loudspeaker is for

I know. If I connected a speaker to the circuit they specify, how would I connect it, and what code would I need to add so that the sensor values are translated into sound?

http://arduino.cc/playground/Main/InterfacingWithHardware#Audio