DIY Tape Echo

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Post by indiffengine »

Hi,

We just released an open source, DIY tape echo you can build.



It's built using 3D printing and a cheap walkman style cassette player. Everything needed is free online (goto our website or our github page to get the files). There's some detailed build instructions on our website.

Be interested to see peoples builds!

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Very cool project.
I so dislike the modern digital world that I need to use semi-digital effects to emulate the analog world of cassette, VHS, and vinyl.

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Posting a link to your website might be helpful

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Dr Tony Balls wrote: 06 Jul 2023, 12:51 Posting a link to your website might be helpful
That’s what I was thinking so I found it.

https://www.indifferentengine.com/
I so dislike the modern digital world that I need to use semi-digital effects to emulate the analog world of cassette, VHS, and vinyl.

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