I want to play the sound blocks of my Mycra on the Switch, is there any software that makes it easy?
For you, we have created a “Microphone Sound Block Music Score Creation Program” in Scratch, which even elementary school students can easily create!
For adults who can use a PC, there is some god-awful software called “noteblock studio” or something like that that makes it on the PC and imports it into the Mycla world…For adults who can use a PC, there is some god-awful software called “noteblock studio” or something like that that makes it on the PC and imports it into the Mycla world…
No, no, no, we have a Switch.
I simply want to know the “number of taps” of the melody’s sound block, and the “number of delays” of the repeater!!!
For those kids who want to make their own, if you don’t have one, let’s make one! So we made it!
Press the “keyboard”, repeat “press the length of the note”, and press “ring” to make it.
Homebrew] Sound block music notation creation program *This program takes a little time to load.
Oh, it doesn’t work! If you find yourself in a situation like this, please click the flag symbol.
The shape of the keyboard is designed to be easy to operate even with a smartphone, with the black keys protruding upwards with an open space between the keys.
The basic usage is explained in the video ↓
- How to use Minecraft’s noteblock music notation program
- How to save and import your own block code
- How to save the sound block storage code to a file
- How to try if you have trouble copying the sound block storage code.
- The sound block storage code shows the number of taps and repeater delays.
- How to take the sound block storage code and make a continuation
- Sample saved code made with sound blocks (trial)
- How Micra’s sound block works
- Example of production using a home-made microphones sound block creation program
How to use Minecraft’s noteblock music notation program
I would like to give you a brief overview.
- Press the keyboard key you want to sound.
- Determine the length of the note you want to sound.
Repeat the following steps.
When you have made a few, press the “ring” button, and the melody you pressed will be played, and the music score for the microphones will be made at the same time.
What is the approximate length of the sound?
I tend to choose the “length2” of the sound, but it can be fast or slow depending on the song, so adjust!
You can actually use the “ring” button to check the length of the sound.
I’m trying to match the speed at which it rings in the microwave~!
When you’re done making them, be sure to take a picture or a screencap, and keep the score for your micra!
Watch it and make it in the microwave.
Steps to follow when creating a song
Piano music often uploaded on YouTube is easy to understand, so I will explain with reference to it.
Suppose “E” and “D#” are the same length and this length is determined to be “length2”.
The length of “A” is double the length of “length2” determined earlier, so “length4” is used.
We’ll press on the music, looking at the sheet music!
Select the sound you want to play.
Select the length of the sound.
Repeat the above, and when you have made a few, check the sound and rhythm by pressing the “NARASU” button.
If there is an empty space between “A” and “C,”
Press the number of open lengths from
e.g.) For length2, press “2”.
What should I do if the length of the note is longer than “length4”?
In that case, adjust the total length with “length4” and the additional extension notes “1” through “4!”
When you want to make sure that what you have created is in the correct rhythm.
Pressing the “ring” button creates a microphonic sound block musical score while playing music.
The code will appear as follows
The sound is about as high pitched as the “glowstone block” in Micra.
Starting in the upper left corner and going all the way to the right edge, the code is shifted down one notch and displayed again from the left.
How to erase one because you made a mistake, or how to erase all of them.
When the “Erase one” button is pressed, the notes disappear one by one, starting with the last note.
Pressing the “Erase All” button will erase everything you have created so far.
Do not inadvertently press it while you are making it.
If you want to put a blank time between sounds
Press the number for the length of time blank.
When a blank time is pressed, the music sheet will show a light blue color and a number of delay times.
If you want to see what you have made so far in code
Press the melody display.
The melody is displayed so you can check how far you have made it.
If it gets in the way of making it, you can press the “hide melody” button to turn it off.
How to save and import your own block code
First, due to the structure of scratch, it is not possible to download files while playing.
(It is possible to do this on the Scratch editing screen, but the difficulty level of operation increases.)
In this case, the list is displayed and its contents can be touched (selected), so I inserted the code there.
If you can select and copy everything here, you can save the code.
But I’ll also tell you how to deal with the fact that sometimes I could only get a copy halfway through!
How to save the sound block storage code to a file
1) First, create some sound block performances.
(2) Press “save code display” to display the following list.
(3) The enumerations of numbers and commas (orange areas) are touchable, so click here to select all of them.
(4) After copying the enumerated portion of numbers and commas, copy the text to a text notepad or similar.
The conservation code will look something like this.
If the end of the list is not a comma, or if the number in the list is unusually small, it is possible that it was not copied properly.
Save this somewhere. You can make this continuation by importing this code.
How to try if you have trouble copying the sound block storage code.
I can’t select the save code properly no matter how many times I try and I can’t copy it.
The extra letters will be there, but click on the list, select all (Ctl+A) and copy (Ctl+C)!
Let’s erase the parts we don’t want afterwards!
If you select all of them while touching the “save code” section, you will copy the title and various other information, but the “save code” is among them, so please make it your backup.
Selecting all of them and copying them, I was able to copy the following. All that is needed is one line of numbers and a comma.
This way, you can retrieve the code without breaking the save code.
The sound block storage code shows the number of taps and repeater delays.
Frequent users must have thought …Frequent users must have thought …
I can’t write down a long piece of music because when I get to the second page, the first page of music disappears!!! I can’t read the end!
This conservation code solves that problem.
For example, the code would look like this, but it is a repeating code for “number of times the sound block is struck” and “number of delays in the redstone repeater”.
The “13,2,11,2,” part means to tap the sound block 13 times, place the repeater with 2 delays, place the sound block, tap it 11 times, and place the repeater with 2 delays.
The part marked -1 is when the “stretch sound” is used, so instead of a sound block, place a piece of wool or something similar.
The system shows the sound of tapping and the number of repeaters, so you don’t have to look at the screen to make it.
How to take the sound block storage code and make a continuation
The method of importing storage codes is very simple.
Clicking the “Save Code Import” button will bring up an area where you can enter the code.
Enter the code you have saved and press the check button on the right.
*When the code is imported, what was created there is erased and becomes the code that was imported.
It can be made from a continuation of the imported code.
Sample saved code made with sound blocks (trial)
I have included the code I created for this sample, so if you would like to try it out, please take it in.
The bath is now ready…The bath is now ready…
many cherry blossoms
How Micra’s sound block works
The tone of the sound block changes depending on the block placed under the sound block.
↑upThis YouTube was easy to understand as it introduced all types. I often use it as a sound reference.
The scale changes with the number of times the note block is struck.
Recommended block to place under the sound block
The following four blocks are recommended for easy hearing.
- Gold block (a little high pitched)
- Glowstone (standard and easy to use)
- Sat (easy to use in both accompaniment and main tone)
- Ice block (high pitched and well resonant)
I use growstone or gold for the main tone. I use earth for the accompaniment.
Relationship between the number of times a note block is struck and the keyboard.
It can produce notes in the range of two octaves from F# to F#!
The lowest F# is not struck by just placing a sound block.
The highest F# strikes the note block 24 times.
If you want to make a sound beyond two octaves, this article will help you.
Example of production using a home-made microphones sound block creation program
I used this program to create a performance of “Habit” by SEKAI NO OWARI.
It just so happened that the song I chose didn’t match the speed, but I hope it will help you when you make it.
Incidentally, when I make my usual microphonic sound block performances, I do not use the simple version introduced here, but rather a more complex process to create them.
That’s all I have to say about my homebrew, a program for creating sound blocks for the Micra!
I can’t make anything complicated, but I’d like to make my favorite song with my microphones’ sound blocks! I hope this will help those who want to make their favorite songs with sound blocks!
I’m sure you’ll get used to it and find it easier to use as you play around with it!
Oh, that’s pretty good.
I was making a “frog song,” saying, â
Programming is useful because you can create a lot of things.