Pox from PSP Hacking 101, was first on the comment section to express his approval on Art's extraordinary homebrew called Virtual Tape Recorder. This brew allows you to record audio directly into your memory stick instead of being stored in your RAM. This sparked PSP Hacking 101 Team's interest and has turned one good idea into a great one.
Pox and Mitrovarr, documents how you can turn your PSP into a mean recording machine. All you need is a bit of ingenuity and coupled with soldering skills, and you've got yourself a pretty cool mod. If you're not very confident about your soldering skills, then better to find someone that do, because you don't want to miss out on this mod.
The test recordings, yielded very impressive, professional sounding results. So if you want an inexpensive recording system or just looking for the next hack to try, this instructional video is a must download. Plus the socks theater at the end of the video was rather entertaining.
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