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- Order number: 200252
Piezo-pickup, switch, trigger-generator, audio/CV-router...and shaker! Based around piezo-pickups and some passive filters the Soundwich can do a lot of things. Ideal if you want to start experimenting with these techniques.
Soundwich is a device based on the sound of tact switches, hardware and PCB material. The piezo disks are directly mounted to the undersides of the top and bottom PCBs creating a direct connection to the sounds of the tact switches. The two 3.5mm jacks can be used as either ins or outs. One is a momentary out and one is always on. The momentary output allows you to hear only the depressed click sound of the tact switches while the always on output allows you to hear both the depress and release of the tact switches amplified by the two piezos. When you shake the Soundwich you will hear the sound of six washers sliding along machine screws and colliding against the two piezo pickups. Using momentary out while shaking will only allow that sound to escape when disks are compressed. Compressing along the edges will provide different filtering amounts depending on where you press. Routing audio or CV through provides a fast and tactile handheld momentary on device.