Along the way I include a few tips about soldering.
A few things different from the breadboard project:
I used a toggle switch instead of a slider.
I added an LED so that you could tell if the power is on. This is important because this unit is portable and operates on battery instead of a steady power supply. If the LED goes dim you will want to replace the battery. The downside to using a battery is that the sound will change pitch as the battery weakens.
All the connections are permanently soldered.
The components are hot-glued to secure them and to insulate them from shorting on other components and the side of the tin.
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