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Did you ever use hardware like printers or floppy drives to produce music?
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>>64122164
I tested a diy CNC machine once by making it play music
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no
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no but remember having this old app that would move the drive heads in out and play a song
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>>64122164
Back when motherboards had internal pizo speakers, I used to play around with frequencies to make music.
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Kinda like the kitchen cover videos on youtube?




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