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[Nettime-bold] Re: [music-dsp] pinnball machine sounds

>I have the idea to change a pinnball machine to a "interactive"-sound
>Basically all I want to do is to change the sounds it makes with my own set
>of compositionally coherent (or chaotic/counter intuitive noise, whatever)
>Does anybody know anything about modern pinball machines and their
>soundchips, and how difficult it is to change these. Or should I find a
>really old mechanical machine and use basic electro-mechanics with a few
>drum-triggers etc (hm then I could try making a mechanical link to a
>player-piano, that would be interesting)

= dze prozesz ov f!nd!ng !t !nteressant = 
> !nteressant alz dzat = lokat !nteressant

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