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make a turntable out of an old mouse

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ever wanted to get your dj on but you just couldn’t bring yourself to get away from your pc for more than 5 minutes? of course you have. that’s why a guy named alex went and took apart an old school mouse and a turntable and made them into a very interesting combination. along with some special software, you can use the axis’ of your mouse-turntable combination to actually scratch in realtime. kind of like the poor man’s final scratch. it’s definitely a very unique concept that would be really interesting to try.

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