Hi everyone! I have a problem with a 30 note music box. After a few uses of a strip it started to slip sometimes from the moving mechanism. Is this common with this type of music boxes? Do anyone have the same problem? Any solutions?
It would be nice to have a way to see, on full range mode, which notes would not play on the 30 notes musicbox. Maybe a different color for those notes. With such feature, it would be easier to adjust the notes to fit the musicbox.
I'm a newbie here so please forgive me for asking just one stupid question. When I'm writing my own music box music in the create section and import a melody then change the format for 15-note box nearly all of the musical notes are lost. Is there any way around this?
This is a very newbie question, so apologies up front. I'm working with a very long, uncut roll of music for a 30-note player, and I'm wondering if there's a safe, easy way to remove a bit of roll without cycling through the whole thing. Basically, I want to test out the notes at the front, but then remove it without having to churn through all the blank material. Is there a release catch I'm missing?
Last 2 times when I printed 30 notes melodies, cut and punched them, and try them in the electric music box movement that is very delicate, that not play a melody if there is a mm difference, I realized that the actual size was very smaller than a 30 notes, ready to punch paper, so actually I have to punch entirely the whole melody, instead of printing, whats happening with the pdfs??
If there are 60 notes melodies, why there is not a mechanism that actually can play them? there is the technology ... I will love to help in the project, one important thing is to do metal gears instead of plastic ones :)