[PD] pd and (analog)-telephons
erstens at gmx.ch
Wed Nov 23 13:20:55 CET 2005
> a simple hack is to buy one of these cheap phones for 5 euro. throw away the
> speaker and connect the wires via a pot to your souncards line input. the
> line out of your souncard you connect (again vie a potentiometer) goes to the
> mic wires of the phone, remiving the mic. to catch the ringer, use an
> optocoupler, connect the couplers led where the ringer led of the phone is
> (or the ringer itself), and the phototransistor of the coupler to the
> parport. the hook can be controlled with a small reed realy that is switched
> on via a parport pin.
> its a hack, but surely with some kind of artistic value..... ;) oh, and its
> damn cheap ....
first thanks for all answers, my head is spinning around. :)
i see, there are many ideas. I begin first with "Hardware-hacking", and
i think i beginn with chris idea. Or is it possible to read the
modem-device directly? (how the modem-device calls in /dev/..? or
I have a lot of telephons, and i want these as a
sequenzer/synthesizer-interface without to loose the "soul" of the
telephons. They should ring, answering/calling, controll in a rhytmic
Then expand the project to controlling/answering with a pd-callcenter
over the (telephon?-)network would be the next step..
i will keep you posted with my work
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