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Making a Drum kit
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Hello everyone!
I am Shaurya and I'm 13 yrs old, so this project is a little tricky for me to make.
So I got some piezoelectric sensors from amazon to try and make something like a drum kit... I learn Indian classical music and have high interest in this project.
My piezoelectric sensors are connected as shown in the diagram. The GPIO is also connected to ground via some resistors and is not recieving a floating voltage. (Good Thing) 
When I press the sensor, the output is 1 as I haven't assigned the sound yet. When I try to assign a sound to each of the 8 GPIO pins (there are 8 sensors), I get many errors in pygame and lots of other things...
My problems are-

>How will the tinker board sense two or more sensors at once? Please tell me...

>Is there a script that works like this? - If I press the sensor once I should get a drum sound once only. If I press and hold the sensor, the drum sound not be repeated. If I let go and then again press it, the sound should play...


>latency in output and audio(I checked using one Channel), lots of it...

>Please tell me how I should use Pygame channels in order to play multiple sounds. A drum kit can sense at least two sensors at once and also can play two sounds simultaneously without latency...

How can I achieve similar results???
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