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Posted 18th December 2009 at 03:03 PM by ed444ed


i am a first year architecture student and my current project is one where we are asked to reinterpret a space using a device that we must invent! our site is a long railway bridge with many tunnels. the device is supposed to help navigation around a space. i am passionate about music and sound and play many instruments and produce music myself.
the device i intend to create is based on the principle that sound travels more effectively through different materials. (gasses liquids and solids)
i want to create a device that attaches to a surface in the space and emits a sound. perhaps a pickup that is attached to a glass and connected to an amplifier. so that the sounds around the area are amplified in a way that is unusual. i have never experimented with audio electronics so i am sure that this is alot more complicated than i am aware of! PLEASE GIVE ME TIPS!!!!
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    Pano's Avatar
    Hi - I don't know if yo found what you are looking for yet, but you should have a look at Parts Express online. Search under "TACTILE TRANSDUCERS" they have plenty and some are quite cheap. They will do exactly what you want.

    Have fun!
    Posted 14th January 2010 at 04:23 PM by Pano Pano is offline

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