How-To: Wet/dry control for a toy voice changer

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How-To: Wet/dry control for a toy voice changer


MAKE compadre Pete Edwards posted this rather handsome one-sheet guide for adding effect/mix control to a common megaphone voice changer. Looks like a great starting point for those looking to convert inexpensive toys into more versatile devices for music. Have closer look over @ Casper Electronics.

From the pages of MAKE:

Circuit Bending 
Volume 04, Page 93

4 thoughts on “How-To: Wet/dry control for a toy voice changer

  1. Tommy says:

    I feel stupid now because I was thinking wet/dry meant I could take it in the tub.

    1. Collin Cunningham says:

      Don’t feel bad – that makes sense if you haven’t heard the term before!

      “dry” being the original input/signal, “wet” meaning with added effects

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