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Re: Visitor's Center Soundscape Project

Subject: Re: Visitor's Center Soundscape Project
From: "Dan Dugan" dandugan_1999
Date: Thu Dec 12, 2013 9:49 pm ((PST))
> I am currently involved in a public sound art installation that is going =
to be permanent. Through a photographer friend I have found someone in the =
UK that can make a timer unit to play at a set time. My soundscape is set t=
o be around an hour long and play at set times. I am in the uk and maybe no=
t the best. But playback these is done from pro SD card players. You can al=
so get an amp that will give two stereo outputs.

I used these under-$100 SD-card players for a visitor center installation. =
They include a stereo amplifier, so they connect directly to speakers. They=
 can be triggered by a button or a motion detector. They have rudimentary p=
rogramming capability, like playing the next file in a sequence each time t=
hey are activated.


"While a picture is worth a thousand words, a
sound is worth a thousand pictures." R. Murray Schafer via Bernie Krause.

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