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Re: CALL for WATER SOUNDS
How about sticking a contact(piezo) mic to the side of the
I just started experimenting with a disassembled Radio Shack
piezo electric buzzer, and it was childishly easy to turn it
into a microphone. Don't know yet how the fidelity will be.
The procedure is:
-Buy piezo electric buzzer.
-Rip plastic shell off, being careful to not bend the piezo
-Replace soldered-on wires with shielded audio cable.
-Add jack to other end of cable.
Yours in rhythm,
>Date: Mon, 30 Sep 2002 08:59:01 +0100
>From: "Stephen P. Goodman" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Re: CALL for WATER SOUNDS
>Go to an aquarium/fish store with a portable recorder, as well
>as a store that sells fountains and such, and get your water
> for the trouble of a few hours. A lot less than $250, and
it'd be all
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