I am hoping to use the arduino module with 80 students from the end of july so I am scoping out what is possible. right now, I have a problem that could be a show-stopper for me if not resolved.
I have one arduino-at-heart module and I want to use the Mozzi sound Synthesis Library with it.
I installed Mozzi and loaded several example files but there is a nasty foreground sound that is louder than the sounds the examples are supposed to make.
it sounds like this: youtu.be/YTzCtqCspv8
I am using the first of the mozzi example sketches for this but, along with the high, ping sound, there's this low squarey descending tone that should not be happening.
any clues as to where I should start finding out what's wrong?
would someone be able to try this on thier own board and confirm whether this is just on my one or not? I 'think' it might've been okay last night but it makes this kind of sound with any Mozzi sketch i try now.
Mozzi has amazing potential for sound synthesis, especially with the synth kit, so I want to get it working ready for my class next semester.
sorry for the cryptic links. they are blocked otherwise