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Phone Piano

It's one thing to play music on a modern gadget -many people can tap out "Happy Birthday" on a cell phone. It's quite another to perform classical pieces! Believe it or not, this person is playing "Rondo Alla Turka" {audio file} from Mozart's Piano Sonota #11 on four telephones. Link

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@dikzak Why would the phones have different pitches for the same numbers then? If I press a five on one phone, shouldn't the pitch be the same on all the phones?

The pitches are different for equivalent keys, but the timbre of sounds between the phones is really similar. That is what is fishy to me.
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@WillF of course they sound similar, they're used to actually connect the call, each tone is a different number.

awesome. sounds a bit off sometimes. but hey, it's not meant to play music :-3
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