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SCOTBUTZBACH

Scot Butzbach

@SCOTBUTZBACH
An active at-school programmer.
Virginia Beach
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SCOTBUTZBACH
SCOTBUTZBACH
published a Repl
1 year ago
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Multiple Tone Generator
Multiple Tone GeneratorA website that uses Web Audio API to generate multiple tones. You can play between 2 to 4 tones at once. Use the cadence button to play the sounds with on and off intervals. You have many presents to choose from. Just make sure to set the correct amount of tones. Beware. Closing the AudioContext objects will no longer generate sounds and you need to refresh the page to create the object again. Also, take care of your speakers and your hearing. It's not recommended to play sounds at 10 kHz or higher at a high volume. What makes this generator different from others? Can play 2 to 4 tones at once Can play tones with a cadence Presets detect the current amount of tones To be honest, I altered this project to be more for pranking. If you have a look at the presets, most of the tones are DTMF tones, commonly used for phone usage. The intervals for the non-keypad DTMF tones: Busy: On 500ms, Off 500ms Ringing: On 2000ms, Off 4000ms Off-hook: On 100ms, Off 100ms Have fun!
SCOTBUTZBACH
SCOTBUTZBACH
published a Repl
1 year ago
0
Phone Keypad
Phone KeypadThis pretty much simulates an operator DTMF keypad with 16 keys, instead of regular DTMF keypads with 12 keys. This website uses the Web Audio API to create oscillators and set the frequencies of the key presses.
SCOTBUTZBACH
SCOTBUTZBACH
published a Repl
1 year ago
1
Byte Clicker
Byte ClickerThink of Byte Clicker as a simple, off-brand version of Cookie Clicker. You click the button to gain bytes, and you use them to buy auto clickers and upgrades. Your data is saved every minute and saved to your browser's storage. Your data will be wiped if you clear all your browser data. Have fun!
SCOTBUTZBACH
SCOTBUTZBACH
published a Repl
2 years ago
0
Number Mastermind
Number MastermindThis repl is Mastermind, but with numbers! Mastermind is a two-player board game where the code-breaker tries the figure out the code the code-maker made. The code-maker has six different colors to choose from and forms a four-color code. It can contain four colors or less. Once created, the code-breaker has ten attempts to guess the code. After the code-breaker makes a code, the code-maker uses marker pegs to give clues for the code-breaker to use. Red pegs indicate that a color is present in the code but misplaced. White pegs say that a color is in the right place. Number Mastermind is different from Mastermind. It uses numbers instead of colors and has 16 tries instead of 10 tries. The computer generates a random 4-digit code that the user has to figure out. After that, you get the point. Have fun cracking codes!