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Memory Box is a primordial implementation of an audio sampling sequencer. The idea was to use low-cost voice-recording products found in key-chains, as sampling banks for experimental audio clips of environments or voices. Results were varied, but the instrument finds its place in my experimental soundscape repertoire.
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Video (1.5 min) demonstrating the different modifications that can be applied to the sequencer aspect of the device (mainly volume and tempo). The actual recording of the samples was done using a microphone and a falsetto voice prior to the video.
Please pardon the poor audio quality of the camera.
An early breadboard prototype testing the control of the key-chains.
The bank of voice recorders used for the sampler memory.
The final "logic" board making use of some oddly sizes components :)