Electronic Bagpipe

  
The electronic bagpipe mimics the sound of real instruments. This circuit uses two UJT oscillators and an amplifier (Q3,
Electronic Bagpipe - schematic

Q4, and Q5). R7 through R22 are selected for tonal range desired (typically 3 300 ). Each key selects resistors for the two oscillator circuits Ql and Q2. S2 and S3 vary the tonal range of S4 through Sll.



 

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