Week 9: Input devices

This week I made an anolog microphone board and, using Neil's example, programmed it to display its input. I didn't have any trouble assembling or programming the board, but I would like to be able, in the future, to use the signal from the mic as a means to alter an existing signal, like vibration, so I will have to unpack the code more to leverage the signal for this purpose.

This video (for which I just couldn't get audio) depicts the response from the mic board as I whistle higher. The mic seems to respond clearly to pitch. I'm curious to see if I can save audio recordings for future manipulation in audio editing software.