Export the melody to PDF with paper strips, print it out and cut with scissors.
Make sure to use the right paper size and set you printer scale to 100%, otherwise
the size won't match. It's better when paper strips are thick, so if you are going
to use thin office paper, we recommend you to glue two or three layers together.
Another option is to laminate paper strips with a transparent duct tape
Punch holes with a tool from the music box kit
Enjoy your favorite melody playing on a real music box!
I'm in the middle of making a FNAF fan game on the coding website Scratch, and I would like to use this digital music box. Do I have permission to utilize it for such a purpose? I'll be sure to give credit to this Music Box Maniacs account. (The name of the FNAF fan game will be "Seven Nights at Draggy's". (If you know the game "Five Nights at Draggy's" by someone else, then consider this an accidental clone, or a fan game of a fan game, since this game has only a few similarities I can spot, such as a dragon mascot with a similar name set in a pizzeria in a game with a similar name.)