Format: MUSIC (X, Y, Z)
Supported by: COMX BASIC V1.00
The MUSIC command is in the form, MUSIC (X, Y, Z), where X, Y and Z are numeric expressions. X determines the music note and can vary from 1,2 ... to 7. Thus
Y determines the Octave and can vary from 1, 2, ... to 8 with 8 being the octave with the highest upper frequency.
Z determines the amplitude and can vary from 0, 1, to 15 with 15 being the loudest.
MUSIC (1, 1, 1)
followed by pressing CR to get a weak "DO" over the lowest octave.
MUSIC (1, 1,2)
and note the increase in volume.
MUSIC (2, 1,2)
and note the change to a "RAY".
and note the change to a higher octave.
Notice that once a music command is issued, the note will continue until it is replaced by another music command. To turn-off the music note, type
Of course, always remember to terminate a command by pressing CR.