Finished Pieces

Noise Box

    The Noise Box is actually a Casper Phone with different skin.

    There are four different phone themed sounds to choose from. Pressing the power switch activates the selected sound. The pitch can be changed from grumbling low to buzzing, crackling high with the large pitch knob. When the pitch is all the way up it causes strange, glitching effects. The fine tune thumb wheel is used at this setting to subtly change the glitches. Getting everything to fit in this small container was a big challenge, but ended up working out well. It’s a rugged little device. Fits nicely in your shirt pocket. Similarly proportioned to cellphones, iPods, and all those other little techno gadgets people carry around. Blend in unnoticed.


    • power button
    • sound selection rotary switch
    • coarse tune pitch knob
    • fine tune pitch thumb wheel
    • pitch control touch sensors
    • 1/4″ switching output jack


    5 Responses to “Noise Box”

    • 1

      frank said:
      February 4th, 2010 at 9:19am #


    • 2

      casper said:
      February 18th, 2010 at 12:54am #


    • 3

      amwel said:
      June 8th, 2010 at 1:38am #

      hey..i loved ur works.
      and i love digital music.
      I ever make a noise box also here,from some workshop of digital music.
      i hope i can have one of ur projects.:)

    • 4

      DMarley said:
      December 9th, 2010 at 1:25pm #

      very cool, I want one.

    • 5

      FloydSera said:
      October 24th, 2013 at 10:45am #

      can i buy one?

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