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That looks great, Jill! I only have my buzzer connected connected to one positive pin (6), so sadly I don't think that is the issue. One thing I have seen on some forums is that the further you are from the power source, the quieter the buzzer is...P.S. I don't see a link to your personal blog above :)
The word "link" is hyper-linked; it's just not noticeable unless you scroll over it. Hey, Lucie, can you edit the formatting of this blog to change the colors of hyperlinks?
Here is Jill's bloghttp://jillericksondawson.blogspot.com/2014/12/reindeer-hat-debut.htmlLove your hat! I can't wait to see your code, but mostly I can't wait for the social. Personally I think my music is too loud and I don't believe I have my tilt sensor under control, which is why I created a serial switch and sensor so I can just "kill" the music with the switch which makes the tilt sensor not work at all. You guys rock.
I coded the music, but the code for the flashing lights was from that Instructable that I shared with you. Currently, my code also has a temperature sensor in it, but I haven't added a sensor to the hat. I am also trying to figure out a way to turn off the music and just have the lights on, but I don't think that I will have time to figure that out by Thursday.