Have a fully playable instrument that maybe doesn't sound too great.
- Full chromatic scale (Fagerström Uilleann fingering)
- 3.5mm TRS "headphone" jack output
- Under-arm switch for second octave
- Use the 3d chanter model
- Screws for touch sensors
Integrate a display in the body of the chanter.
Make it sound better. If possible, get FM synthesis working. If not possible, make it use MIDI.
It should still maintain the ability to make beeps into a headphone jack, though.
I need some sort of input device for playing chords. On a real wood pipe they look like this:
I'm thinking I can 3D print some keys and have them anchor against microswitches. Might need a spring in there too. The whole device can hopefully show up on the I2C bus, so you can not plug them in if you don't want them.
Of course, there's no reason to limit this to just a few chords played on 3 voices...