Musician Releases DIY Cardboard Record Player With His Latest Album [Video]
Kid Koala creates a lo-fi paper gramophone that is fully functional to play his new songs on.
Canadian DJ Kid Koala has created fully functional record player made from cardboard. Users can easily assemble the lo-fi gramophone within minutes and simply needs to add an ordinary pin for it to work. By simply turning the miniature flexi record disc with a finger, users can play the album 12 Bit Blues.
12 Bit Blues is Kid Koala’s latest album release. The first run of the CD and 2LP will include the miniature paper turntable and disc. Watch the promotional video below to see how the record player is put together and played.
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