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To test the pianola MakeyMakey we created a painting with graphite on a sheet. Each column represents a note, and each row, one step at time. The columns / notes are attached to the connectors and the interpreter MakeyMakey is connected to ground. Pressing a key closes the circuit and a pulse is sent to the computer, as pressing the key. To make the most of resources, instead of painting an entire keyboard, just paint the notes in the composition. Once you know what notes you’ll use, look with which keyboard keys correspond, for this we use the program MidiKeys, converting keystrokes into MIDI notes en route to a sound generator.
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