While working on an upcoming back-to-school Circuit Playground project I realized what it was missing was a satisfying startup BEEP! when turned on or reset. Going back to my roots, I decided to find out the pitch of the Apple IIe startup sound and implement that. By placing a
CircuitPlayground.playTone(932,200); function in the setup void of my Arduino script, I now get to hear that lovely A# beep every time.
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