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I'd like to build a little voice recorder for my grandmother. She told me "I get a lot of idea when I'm driving but then I forget them. I want a necklace where I can just press a button and it'll record my voice and I can press a button and it'll stop recording." She wants each recording to save as a separate file. I was thinking of concealing a mini Arduino board or Rasberry Pi or something in a necklace, with a removable micro sd card. Or something like that. I just don't know where to start, I don't have much experience with this. Does anyone have any tips on what kind of device I could use or where to start? I suggested that she just have Siri take notes for her on her iPhone but she wants something around her neck, and she wants me to make it.

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Try this amazing breakout board. Its all you need. SparkFun Voice Recorder Breakout - ISD1932

Moreover, If you thinking on letting that device talk back, try this: VoiceShield

Well, there is also an instructable for this, HERE. This Instructable will show you how audio input can be repeatedly added to a 512 byte buffer and then transferred to a SD card in real time. The audio file can be played back on a standard audio application or analysed byte by byte.

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  • Thank you for the start! The SparkFun breakout board seems to have been discontinued, do you know of any similar ones? The closest thing I could find was the ICStation ICSH041A, and I really couldn't find much of a description of it. – ssaarraahhld Apr 2 '16 at 20:27
  • This one is easily available and easy to use. And One that is mentioned here is amazing but might be little expensive. – ARK Apr 3 '16 at 3:35

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