“Easy Button” whoopee cushion

“Easy Button” whoopee cushion

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El_roboto_loco writes –

This instructable shows how to take an Easy button, lift the audio from it, then take an electronic whoopee cushion and lift the audio out of that, and then combine the two sound clips using the free sound editor, Audacity, while adding some special effects. Then we’ll take the new sound track and record it into a sound module. Finally, we’ll put all of that, along with the speaker from the Easy button, into a new button made by combining the Easy button with parts from a WalMart button, which is actually a wall lamp.

“Easy Button” whoopee cushion – Link.

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