Once you've finished setting up your Feather RP2040 with CircuitPython, you can access the code and necessary libraries by downloading the Project Bundle.

To do this, click on the Download Project Bundle button in the window below. It will download to your computer as a zipped folder.

# SPDX-FileCopyrightText: 2022 John Park for Adafruit Industries
# SPDX-License-Identifier: MIT

# Convert files to appropriate WAV format (mono, 22050 Hz, 16-bit signed)

import time
import board
import keypad
import audiocore
import audiomixer
import audiobusio

# wait a little bit so USB can stabilize and not glitch audio

# list of (samples to play, mixer gain level)
wav_files = (
    ('wav/airhorn.wav', 1.0), #Honk sound 1
    ('wav/bike-horn.wav', 1.0), #Honk around 2
    ('wav/chime.wav', 1.0), #Honk sound 3
    ('wav/idle.wav', 1.0) #Looping Engine Sound Effect

# pins used by keyboard
            board.D5, board.D6, board.D12

km = keypad.Keys( KEY_PINS, value_when_pressed=False, pull=True)

audio = audiobusio.I2SOut(board.D1, board.D0, board.D9)

mixer = audiomixer.Mixer(voice_count=len(wav_files), sample_rate=22050, channel_count=1,
                         bits_per_sample=16, samples_signed=True)
audio.play(mixer) # attach mixer to audio playback

for i in range(len(wav_files)):  # start all samples at once for use w handle_mixer
    wave = audiocore.WaveFile(open(wav_files[i][0],"rb"))
    mixer.voice[i].play(wave, loop=True)
    mixer.voice[i].level = 0

def handle_mixer(num, pressed):
    voice = mixer.voice[num]   # get mixer voice
    if pressed:
        voice.level = wav_files[num][1]  # play at level in wav_file list
    else: # released
        voice.level = 0  # mute it

while True:
    mixer.voice[3].level = 1 #Looping Engine Sound Effect
    event = km.events.get()
    if event:
        if event.key_number < len(wav_files):
            if event.pressed:
                handle_mixer(event.key_number, True)

            if event.released:
                handle_mixer( event.key_number, False )

Upload the Code and Libraries to the Feather RP2040

After downloading the Project Bundle, plug your Feather RP2040 into the computer's USB port. You should see a new flash drive appear in the computer's File Explorer or Finder (depending on your operating system) called CIRCUITPY. Unzip the folder and copy the following items to the Feather RP2040's CIRCUITPY drive.

  • lib folder
  • code.py

Your Feather RP2040 CIRCUITPY drive should look like this after copying the lib folder and the code.py file.

This guide was first published on Apr 27, 2022. It was last updated on Apr 27, 2022.

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