I want to build a voice changer that takes its input from a line out? Answered
I want to build an "in-line" voice changer. There are loads of kits and devices to build one that takes input from a microphone but I cannot find an inline one at a sensible price.
I bought a Vellman kit - but this too has an on board mini microphone.
I was considering just replacing the mic with a line-in socket.
I will also attach a line out socket to the speaker output pins.
I have done some reading and it appears as if:
The mic output will be a few millivolts.
The line input will be 1-1.5v
So looks like something will go phut.
Can I just put a resistor in line with the line-in socket - and if so what size?
Any other thoughts on how I can do this with hardware (not software).