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    One of my A level subjects is Computer science.

    My teacher asked us today if we could go home and code an 8 bit binary music program. The only problem is... I don't know how to do it. I really need help. Could someone show me what to do as I'm really struggling with it and it is due in on Friday because we are playing a name the 8 bit tune game during the lesson so I cannot put this Homework off like I normally do the others as I'm really bad at Computer Science.

    Please help.
    Louka
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    Forgot to mention it needs to be python code.
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    Hi Louka, it's James

    I think the best thing to do is start off small. So go with a small tune like the Doctor who or Star Wars theme. Don't go for a big song.
    Have a look on Youtube for some - type in "8 bit music".
    If there are any problems come find me tomorrow - I'm mostly in the common room all day (apart from break time when I have to speak to someone)
    If I can't help then I'm sure Mr Scott or Mr Andrews could help.
    If it makes you feel better, Louka, I'm struggling too. I think this is the hardest homework Mr Andrews has set us. If you want we could both go to him tomorrow.
 
 
 
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