I want to make a pull string doll. Does anyone know anything about pull string voice modules?

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title I want to make a pull string doll. Need help with the pull string voice modules?
employer http://hackerspaces.org/wiki/User:Adrian1
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skills programming, other
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where Miami/internet
type one-shot
description I'm looking for a device that I can customize about 10+ sounds into to be played in rotation one at a time in response to a string pull.

In similar vain to a Woody doll that says, "There's a snake in my boot!", for my friend's birthday I want to make a pull string doll that I can customize to say different things she has said. The doll itself I know I can manage (I think) . It's the voice recording part and string mechanics that leaves me puzzled. Voice modules I have found online can either record only 10 seconds, hold only 1 or 2 recordings, or I have to be bought in a bulk of 3,000 from China. So, I'm hoping someone on reddit can share any knowledge/advice.

Someone suggested the following: Detect the pulling of the string, and then activate an all-electronic voice module based on semiconductor memory, with hundreds of seconds of stored sounds. Needless to say, I have no clue how to do this.

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