So when I first heard about finally being able to create homebrew for the 3ds, I started thinking about what I would like to make first.
I love music first and foremost (I'm a pianist and I compose my own music) and I also like to code. This is my first attempt at ever doing anything in C + + and I am very proud of myself for what I've done so far.
The homebrew is a 3DS Piano application. The current name is just called "Piano" but I might change it later, I don't know.
Right now when you start the application it's just a simple keyboard that you can use your stylus on to play each note. You can hold down a note to hold the note out, or you can just do a quick tap for a staccato. You can also just run the stylus across the screen and it will do an awesome glissando.
Also, it currently has a full octave ranging from C3 to C4. I plan on adding a way for more notes later.
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