light beatbox activity

Have you ever tried to making beat box sounds? Let's try making a beatbox with code!
To create a new script, go to the Create Code page and tap New Project under Block Editor.
Let's start by adding a variable where you can store data. Then rename the variable to "light". Then set the value of the variable to the block light level from the Input drawer. This will gets the light level from 0 (dark) to 255 (bright). The light is measured by using various LEDs from the screen. Modify your code so that your code looks like this.
We want to play music on button pressed in order to register an event handler that will execute whenever when you run a script and click on button pressed on the simulator. We must start by opening the Input drawer and adding on button pressed A. Then add a block rest to plays nothing for a 1/16 beat. Modify your code so that your code looks like this.
We click on the Logic drawer then insert a if do that will conditionally run code depending on whether the Boolean condition is true or false. Click on the Logic drawer. Then we want to add additional conditional statements by clicking on the gear to the left of the if. Add 05 else if and 01 else inside the if do block structure. Modify your code so that your code looks like this
We click on the Logic drawer then insert a less than sign into the first if conditional that will conditionally run code depending on whether the Boolean condition is true or false. Then insert the variable light into the first part of the inequality. The variable "light" will appear in the Variables drawer. Finally, we insert 25. If the light level is less than 25, play ring tone C. Continue this logic to continue with these conditional statements. If the light level is less than 50, play ring tone D. If the light level is less than 100, play ring tone E. If the light level is less than 150, play ring tone F If the light level is less than 180, play ring tone G. If none of these conditions are true, ring tone A.
  • click compile and run your code on the micro:bit.
Excellent, you're ready to continue by connecting your headphones with these challenges!