Title

Elecronic Piano Team

Lead Author Major

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Format

SOECS Senior Project Demonstration

Faculty Mentor Name

Ken Hughes

Faculty Mentor Department

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Abstract/Artist Statement

Our task is to design a system that is capable of detecting piano notes an octave above and below the Middle C key. This means the system used will need to be able to identify frequencies ranging from around 100 Hz to about 600 Hz. The system must also be able to identify chords I, IV, and 5-7 in the keys of C,F, and G. This system has to notice when multiple notes are pressed and identify the chords based on the frequencies identified. The system will also operate in 2 modes, one where the system will listen to and display the notes played by the user, and a second mode where the system will prompt the user for a note which will be displayed on screen, and after the user plays a note, the system will provide feedback on whether or not they played the correct note by displaying on the screen and having an audio tone playback. The targeted audience for this project is meant to be 6-12 year old children.

Location

School of Engineering & Computer Science

Start Date

7-5-2020 2:30 PM

End Date

7-5-2020 4:00 PM

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May 7th, 2:30 PM May 7th, 4:00 PM

Elecronic Piano Team

School of Engineering & Computer Science

Our task is to design a system that is capable of detecting piano notes an octave above and below the Middle C key. This means the system used will need to be able to identify frequencies ranging from around 100 Hz to about 600 Hz. The system must also be able to identify chords I, IV, and 5-7 in the keys of C,F, and G. This system has to notice when multiple notes are pressed and identify the chords based on the frequencies identified. The system will also operate in 2 modes, one where the system will listen to and display the notes played by the user, and a second mode where the system will prompt the user for a note which will be displayed on screen, and after the user plays a note, the system will provide feedback on whether or not they played the correct note by displaying on the screen and having an audio tone playback. The targeted audience for this project is meant to be 6-12 year old children.