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Customizer Multitone Whistle

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Customizer Multitone Whistle by jag Jan 12, 2013

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7250Views 1764Downloads Found in Music
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I modified my original scad file to work with customizer. It can do a whistle with up to five different tones. It could easily be modified for more.

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Please don't pollute thingiverse with customized whistles. Unless it is something useful, please delete your thing after downloading the stl.

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DTMF version would be cool :)

Printed your attached stl (rather than use the customizer) and not one of the 5 whistle notes makes any noise at all, the air just blows out the holes with no sound (other than me blowing). :(

I wish Thingiverse would set the default option for customized stuff to "no, don't upload this, I made it for myself, you could do it just as easily, so why in the hell would I redundantly upload a fixed STL?". Just a thought.

This is similar to what I was going to do for the challenge. I had planned to try to tune it and then let people enter a sequence of notes so they could play a song by simply sliding from left to right.

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