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There are 131 notes available in Scratch, ranging from note 0, a low C, to note 130, a high B♭. The notes function just as they do on a piano, but there are more choices for the instrument.
There are 21 instruments available for use:
- Electric Piano
- Electric Guitar
- Wooden Flute
- Music Box
- Steel Drum
- Synth Lead
- Synth Pad
set instrument to ( v) sets the instrument number.
play note () for () beats plays the set instrument.
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Scratch 1.4 had a range of sound effects for use; these included everyday sounds such as a telephone ring, and sounds for other genres, such as a gunshot. These sound effects were not controlled by notes in the same way as instruments; rather, with these instruments, the given note affected the pitch of the sound. Unpitched percussion instruments, such as the woodblock, were also affected this way.
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