Circuit bending is easy

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Jeff writes – “I did my first circuit bending today thanks to Make vol. 04. Used a Staples “Easy Button.” The results aren’t too exciting, but I think you’ll like the glitchy, ambient song I made from the sounds.”Link.

Related:

  • Circuit Bending by Sabastian Boaz, Cristiana Yambo. Modify a Casio keyboard (or other electronic audio stuff) and start playing some of the strangest sounds you’ve ever heard. MAKE 04 – Page 88.
  • More circuit bending – Link.

8 thoughts on “Circuit bending is easy

  1. PinkoTommy says:

    This hack inspired me to do my own. It’s not electronic in nature, merely electric. I replaced my garage door opener wall switch with a big red easy button, only burning myself twice in the process:

    Easy Button Hack (via Sexy Red-Headed Nuns)

  2. PinkoTommy says:

    This hack inspired me to do my own. It’s not electronic in nature, merely electric. I replaced my garage door opener wall switch with a big red easy button, only burning myself twice in the process:

    Easy Button Hack (via Sexy Red-Headed Nuns)

  3. PinkoTommy says:

    This hack inspired me to do my own. It’s not electronic in nature, merely electric. I replaced my garage door opener wall switch with a big red easy button, only burning myself twice in the process:

    Easy Button Hack (via Sexy Red-Headed Nuns)

  4. PinkoTommy says:

    In addition to not being able to solder without burning myself, I seem unable to wait for the confirmation page to load before hitting POST again. Sorry.

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