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Let me start by saying I'm clueless on arduino and programming. I'm interested in making a tape recorder exactly like this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdjYQ1hDd2U. I'm guessing this guy put mp3 files onto an sd card and used an arduino to tie them to buttons. Can anybody help me with how to go about building this? Even information on where to learn would be helpful. I also want the rng aspect of his too, so there will be multiple sounds tied to one button.
Thanks for the help!



If you trans-code the files to .wav you can play them in software.  All you would need is the SD card adapter.

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Oct 23, 2016, 07:50 pm Last Edit: Oct 23, 2016, 07:57 pm by Arms_Outstretched
I'm looking into making a tape recorder that can play WAV files by pressing a button.

Using this as a reference.

I'm fairly clueless as to coding and arduino, with some breadboarding experience.
I found this instructable online and I feel like that's exactly what I need. I just want to make some changes and I son't know how that's gonna affect anything on the project. I want to be able to add more buttons, have a louder speaker, and be able to play random files like the first video. What do I need to do to change this setup? Like I said I'm a noob. Thanks a lot!

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