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sound micro chip ???

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Inferno

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hello there...
i m need to build a circuit where i can save from 1 to 10 soundtracks...no need for high quality sound ... the tracks are from 30 seconds to 1 minut length ....i need to save the sounds once... and to be able to play them back laterz many times.... i need the repeat function for the tracks to be present...and i really have no idea how to start... so if anyone has an idea ... i would be very thankfull
 

Tarsil

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Inferno said:
hello there...
i m need to build a circuit where i can save from 1 to 10 soundtracks...no need for high quality sound ... the tracks are from 30 seconds to 1 minut length ....i need to save the sounds once... and to be able to play them back laterz many times.... i need the repeat function for the tracks to be present...and i really have no idea how to start... so if anyone has an idea ... i would be very thankfull
Use a circuit for controling a CD-RW unit. (a idee...but u'l need a lot of uC programing). Another ideea is to use the circuitry from a mobile phone with voice recording capabilities and a external uC (for transmiting the wright commands). Last way req some prety good soldering skils:D but u'l get a much smaller gadget.
 

Tarsil

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See this! Might help.
 

Inferno

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hmmmm thank you for trying to help... but what i need is a very easy to use circuit...i don t need to record new sounds... i have just some sounds that i want to record them once... and then be able to play them back when ever i need... i don t need to change sounds from time to time .... so if you have any other idea plz try to tell ...
thank you
 

Nigel Goodwin

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As long as you're only playing back, and you can record the samples on a PC then transfer them, and a low bit rate is OK - then you could store the samples in an I2C EEPROM and read them back using a PIC. EPE did a project last year for such a device.
 

JimB

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Have a look at the ISD2560 chip. (Do a google search).
That may do what you want.

JimB
 
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