Griffiths, Gibson and Ramsay Productions, GGRP SOUND took the record player out of the equation with this cardboard record sleeve. A pin holds the 45rpm in place while the needle-embedded cardboard flap folds into its place. While rotating the record manually with a pencil, the needle transfers the audio vibrations into the cardboard sleeve to emit the sound.
created a portable record player from corrugated cardboard that folds into an envelope. The record can be spun with a pencil and the vibrations go through the needle and produce a recording of a children’s story called “A town that found its sound.”