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Why pay tons of money for a professional microphone when you can make a microphone yourself? Granted this microphone will not give you a crystal clear sound, but ...
1. Can of your favorite soup. 2. 1/4" phono jack 3. Piezo element 4. Styrofoam 5. Wire 6. Solder 7. Duct Tape Tools Required: 1. Drill 2. 3/8" ...
In order to use the can for your microphone, the soup must be eaten. Please follow instructions on can for soup preparation. Make sure to keep the top ...
** The top of the can is very very sharp to be careful in this next step ** Take the top of the can and hold it in a ...
Use the 1/8" drill bit and drill a hole on the side of the can. The hole should be about a quarter of an inch from the bottom ...
Next the piezo element must be inserted in the can. Some elements contain wires that are too short, so it might be necessary to extend the wires. To ...
Next, insert the piezo element in the can and fish the wires out from the small hole drilled on the side of the can. *** Be careful not ...
Make sure the piezo (white) part of the element is facing up and centered on the flat part of the can. When this is done, keep the element ...
In order to make sure that the 1/4" jack doesn't touch the bottom of the can, styrofoam is used to occupy the space. Once the styrofoam is cut, ...
The microphone is done! Enjoy it, and I hope you are full from that hearty lunch! For a quick audio demo, watch the video below.
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