Paper Record Player
Paper & vinyl - 400x330x280mm

Fully working, manual record player made entirely of paper. To play the record the handle needs to be turned in a clockwise direction at a steady 331/3rpm. The paper cone then acts as a pickup, amplifying the sound enough to make it audible. (Record shown, The Sound of Music 1965).

        

1 Special Works School
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2 MFA Fine Art
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3 The School Looks Around
   Whitechapel Gallery

4 Architecure, Design, Fashion
   British Council, newsletter 09-10

5 FDSP
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6 Attention Please
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7 Field Grey
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9 St. Pierre & Miquelon
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10 Creative Review
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11 Sexymachinery
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12 Showtime
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13 ARC - AA06
     Royal College of Art



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b Sound Escapes
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c Silent London
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d Art in a Changing World
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e Paper Record Player
   Functioning paper player

f Notation
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g FM Radio Map
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h DDMC
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i Public Radio
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j Departure
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