The Teensy 3.2 is an amazing small Arduino, and it uses a powerful ARM processor running at 96 MHz. One of the benefits of this part is that it has a multitude of sensor inputs (on the order of 12) that can be used as switches or similar sensors.
This is a plot from a sketch with approximately 1 ms sample rate (I think it is more like 10 ms sample rate because I was simulating a button press). I plan to use this as a synthesizer input for generation of electronic music. Note the baseline is 1000 units, which is much higher than a normal open pin value of 17 or so. This is due to the length of wires, the layout and the brass pad of approximately .5 x .8 inches.