2023-03-06 (M) EWC_Box Equalizer

I wanted to share the audio, but my phone did not pick up the speaker I was using, so I grabbed an iPhone with an audio adapter that worked for similar recordings. The level was too high for the mic line and came out distorted, so I connected my signals through the equalizer, which I assumed was passive. I checked my connections, but it would not function until I applied 12V, so it has internal amplification.

I asked ChatGPT the best way to play an audio file on a web page, and it reported that I could use the HTML5 audio tag as long I hosted the clip somewhere. I recorded a sixty-second clip and extracted the audio with Audacity. I could not store the MP3 with Google Drive or Dropbox because they directed me to a sharing screen. I uploaded it to GitHub, and it was cooperative. There should be a video clip below with a one-minute example of mode2().
Powering externally

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