Subject: Re: Urgent Inquiry: ISO Manufacturer of promotional music player
Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2003 19:16:51 +0100
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"Gary Tait" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> On Mon, 13 Jan 2003 15:19:10 +0100, "Chris" wrote:
> >By pressing one of the buttons ('teeth') the player should play a melody
> >exactly 3 minutes. After then it should stop automatically.
> >There will be four to eight melody keys, depending on design. One of the
> >'eyes' of the player should be the volume control, the other 'eye' the
> >on/off power switch. The speaker will be placed on the back side of the
> By melody, do you mean a digitzed audio track (like a WAV file,
> digitzed representation of an audio waveform), or a score (like a Midi
> files, instructions on how to play a sucession of notes?)
> If the latter, I know of promotional boards that fit into a cardboard
> display stands, with a few buttons to sample music/voice. I eyed the
> board, and it has a micro and a bunch of memory.
At the moment we are evaluating at which cost/quality it is possible (or
even if it's possible for a reasonable price) As it will be used as
promotional giveaway, audio quality is for sure not the main point. Although
you must be able to recognize the tracks (which will be some hits from the
60ies or 70ies) and to hum along.
At first, I thought of digital answering machines and dictaphones. How is it
Anyway, I would be glad if you could point me to the promotional boards, you
Thank you very much!