In an technology of cutting-edge innovations and upgrades, Brand New Noise has come up with a wood voice recorder that looks as if it’s directly out of the 70s! Loopy Lou is a retro voice recorder that has been hand made from sustainable wood in Brooklyn, New York. The eccentric retro voice recorder can record simplest 30 seconds of audio, as a result of its built-in microphone. With little turntables for eyes, a spherical silver knob for pitch manage, a loop transfer and a 1/eighth output, it’s a completely analog revel in of recording and warping audio.
The red file button at the left permits you to record audio, whereas toggling the transfer lets you playback and continuously play your recording. The pitch manipulate knob lets in you to play around and deform the audio, creating quirky noises you would only expect extraterrestrial beings to make! The black button lets you stop and listen your recording.
The battery-operated recorder is free of any wires and cords. But you can always join your headphones, speakers and recording gear! Let’s face it, this isn’t something you want for actual usage, given how almost each smartphone comes with an in-constructed recorder and an array of apps to help you play with it. The Loopy Lou is a visible reminder and a throwback to the lo-fi days where proudly owning a device like this quirky voice recorder changed into a count of joy, and considered a collectible! Interactive, retro and not to say sustainable, it’s a retro voice recorder I would like to have in my collection.