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Re: Lofi Lotech Lopriced Looper
Check out those voice recorder chips they have at Radio Shack or
Digikey. They will do 20 seconds, are fairly cheap, will run off a
and are easy to integrate into a circuit (they come with a data sheet but
you can also download it from
http://www.winbond.com.tw/PDF/sheet/1400_1.pdf) They also have a loop
function and are SUPER low fi (like 8khz sampling rate or less). On the
other hand, they are also really cheap so what do you want? Their
lowfi-ness is also kind of part of their charm!
At 11:33 PM 2/23/02 +0000, you wrote:
>I have been an LD observer for a while now and I would like to know if
>anyone can help me out.
>I am a performing artist and am currently developing a project where I
>require many (about 10) lofi, lotech and hopefully lowpriced loopers.
>Basically what Im after is a circuit that::
>*Samples a raw audio signal, of maximum 6 seconds, starting when the
>signal commences and finishing when the signal stops.
>*Instantanious, continuous looping of this sample until another is
>*A mute feature of some description. (ON/OFF/ON)
>Each unit is going to be separated, so 1 stand alone product is not an
>option as far as I can see. I have some experience building my own
>electronic devices, so a reasonably easy schematic of a circuit for such
>device would be OK.
>If anyone knows of a product or indeed can give ANY information about
>I require, I would be eternally grateful.
>Sorry if any of the terminology is incorrect or confusing.
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