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I needed an external microphone to use when recording on my iPod. I used a (cheap) lapel mic to build a portable recording booth out of a milk crate, ...
I taped the label mic to a pair of new chopsticks. I clipped the mic to the chopsticks and then used tape to attach the cord to the back of them.
I recycled a milk crate, lining it with foam to dampen sound. I cut a slit in the foam at the top and inserted the chopsticks and microphone. Voila!...
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