Remote speaker and sound board ideasSubscribe
  1. Member Since
    Jul 2007
    Apr 7, 2014, 8:07 PM - Remote speaker and sound board ideas #1

    Hey everyone,

    I currently have the rf lights and chest display for my ROTJ Fett hooked up to a little 9 volt battery remote switch. I was toying with the idea of trying to hook up a small speaker with a couple key fett phrases from ESB ( I know, I know not technically accurate because they are different movies but I don't want to play fett screaming like a little girl from the sarlac pit scene in ROTJ). Ideally I'd like to have the lights and the sound effects kick on from the same remote switch.

    Has as anyone done something similar, or even heard of it being done? Any ideas would be appreciated.
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  3. DeathProof's Avatar
    Member Since
    Jun 2013
    Apr 7, 2014, 11:49 PM - Re: Remote speaker and sound board ideas #2

    I think it would be easier to just say the lines yourself through a mic. I'm working on a setup that involves an iPhone voice changer that goes to an amp. With enough tweaking, I'm sure I can get a 'fett-like' voice.

    Besides, I'm sure you want more than 5 things to say

    Also, the lines themselves - if you pull them from the movie - will have music underneath it. It won't be clean audio.

    What do you think?

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