I'm looking for some help with an odd project I'm working on for a Natural History Museum.
We are in the process of creating an "Animal Sound Piano" with 12 MP3 Trigger boards, each has 18 triggers hooked up to a receiver.
There are 18 different animal inserts that activate its corresponding trigger when a key is pressed.
The sound of that animal then plays through a small speaker. (I have pictures but I couldn't figure out how to attach them to this.)
My questions are:
1. Is there a way to adjust the overall volume on the amps?
We have a couple lower frequency noises that are quieter even when clipping (ex bullfrog).
2. I've managed to get the mp3 files to play without a delay, by converting .wav to .mp3 through VLC.
The audio files were edited and exported through Adobe Audition. But I found that when I exported them straight from audition to .mp3 there was a delay when triggered on the MP3 Trigger. Do you know why this may be/ is there an easier way to do this?
Thanks for your help,