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Sound Lab Teaches Kids Circuit Bending

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Whether your child is an aspiring audio engineer or just likes to make weird noises, this educational toy looks pretty cool.

GeoSafari Digital Recording Lab

The GeoSafari Digital Recording Lab lets kids (and kids at heart) experiment and create their own electronic sound effects. There are 59 different projects they can build, creating everything from an alarm clock, to a robotic voice, to an “electronic parrot” that records and plays back whatever they say.

All projects are done by connecting wires to spring-loaded terminals, so no soldering is required. I’m sure if you decide to go “off book” and do some circuit bending, you’ll get some really interesting sounds.

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