Introduction: Electro-Acoustic Trey
A very simple arrangement to make sound.
This can be a classroom project with kids or/and an instrument for electro acoustic improvisation.
- Copper sheet
- Vibrating motor
- AA battery holder
- Paper tape
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Step 1: Done in 4 Steps
- Slide one spring to each of the copper sheets corner and fix them (either superglue, soldering or tape, as you wish...).
- Create a frame of masking tape around the edges of the copper sheet so various elements can be hosted later in the vibrating trey without falling off.
- Use super glue and paper tape to secure the motor.
- Attach the wire motor wire to the battery holder.
Now simply find materials you want to use to make sound and give it a try...
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