Was there something you should’ve unmuted, on your device?
Hmmm. It might have been that I didn't turn on my JBL Charge 4 external speakers. I just now tried playing the video again and the sound is there as long as I have the JBL speakers powered up. My bad. The video quality is also good. Fourteen megabytes is a small file these days, but I understand most people still do not have access to broadband Internet.
That's a pretty spiffy T-Board you have there, but the music it produces doesn't sound much like a bagpipe... here is
what I was listening to on the external speakers. I didn't realize that the JBL "automagically" turned itself off after awhile with no audio input!
Actually, my wife purchased two
JBL speakers when we upgraded our iPhones a few years ago. The Charge 4 model she gave to me, but she allows me to use her JBL Xtreme 2, which is about twice the size of the JBL Charge 4. It requires a much larger power supply to charge its internal battery.
We have acquired (free!) a used desk from a couple across the street who moved away recently. That means I had to move my laptop from my wife's living room desk to this "new" desk, now in the master bedroom. I still have my 3 GHz Intel Core i7-based desktop PC in my office, and it has a modest set of stereo speakers and a small Radio Shack audio amplifier to drive them. The office rig is LOUD but the JBL speakers are LOUDER
Your project has revived my interest in music, although there is still no evidence that I have any talent for actually making
music that anyone wants to listen to. I have a subscription to Amazon Music Unlimited that gives me access to almost anything musical that has been recorded. I can also download the music clips for offline listening, so lately I've been listening to Sousa marches, played mainly by the US Marine Corps band, but also lots of bagpipes. My favorite bagpipe clip is the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards rendition of Amazing Grace. It starts out "small" and builds to a deep crescendo with a hint of pipe-organ (but actually bagpipes) near the end. You can also find a lot of music on YouTube.
I didn't notice it before, but your T-board is only capable of a single note at a time! If you ever get the bagpipe sound perfected, you will need to be able to play multiple notes simultaneously. Still, yours is a remarkable accomplishment. Thanks for posting here!