Secret Sounds in Hopscotch!

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#1

Using the method to find secret colors, I was able to hack in a very low c.


This is only a start, but there might be more secrets hidden in the menu.


Is there a way to get different sounds like you can get secret colours?
Secret blocks/secret colors/secret text?
I want a blow up sound
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#2

How to do this:
1) Type 'low-c' into a text block and then select all.
2) After you select it all, tap copy and then pull out a play sound block.
3) Double tap on the sound bubble and do it until it says select all.
4) Tap select all and then tap paste.


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#3

How do you make that?P.S that's very cool!


#4

I just did the exact same thing, but I didn't get the extra sound! Help!


#5

The way I did it I typed low-c into a text block copied it then got start the sound block and pasted it in.hope this helps!


#6

If you typed any capital letter or if you forgot to put "-" it won't work, copy this and paste it on a start sound block

low-c

Copy that:arrow_up:


#7

@Fishyguitars This is a totally awesome trick!!!


#8

Awsome effect! Didn't know that could be possible!


#9

Alert! Hacker! jk, awesome discovery!


#10

This is like custom colours, I was actually thinking about doing this as well... How funny?!


#11

Would this work with a high c or an extra high c? It would be cool if it could do trills and turns too.:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#12

It would be awesome if it did! I tried it with a high-d but as I guessed it didn't work unfortunately :confused:

I'm guessing it's because the sounds that are in there are actually uploaded by Hopscotch and named by Hopscotch. So they must have uploaded a "low-c" sound but not had enough space to include it in the Sound block options.

So the only way to access it is by doing @Fishyguitars' technique :wink:

I think Hopscotch has to upload the sounds before we are able to access them, but it would be cool if we could have higher notes, though we have such a huge range of sounds already (two octaves of notes and other extra sounds is plenty enough for me :smile:)


#13

You can also do low-d that works to. :blush:


#14

Cool! I think low-d is already included though in the sounds


#15

Doing low-d gives you an extra low-d. Just an FYI.


#16

Wow, I've been trying to find extra sounds by pasting in words other than low-c, but none worked. (Yes, the sound block is case sensitive)


#17

@t1_hopscotch Yeah, I think it already is too!


#18

how do you make a high c sharp its not working... :cold_sweat:


#19

Like @t1_hopscotch said

It would be awesome if it did! I tried it with a high-d but as I guessed it didn't work unfortunately :confused:

I'm guessing it's because the sounds that are in there are actually uploaded by Hopscotch and named by Hopscotch. So they must have uploaded a "low-c" sound but not had enough space to include it in the Sound block options.

So the only way to access it is by doing @Fishyguitars' technique 

I think Hopscotch has to upload the sounds before we are able to access them, but it would be cool if we could have higher notes, though we have such a huge range of sounds already (two octaves of notes and other extra sounds is plenty enough for me To smile)

I don't think hopscotch had named a note high sharp c


#20

i tried the same thing except i used numbers, and they were the highest notes i ever heard...