Circuit Bent Teletubby by Carpeteria with it’s guts rehoused, push buttons for easy triggering and toggles for glitching up the sounds. Very Speak and Spell like plus a kick ass led matrix to display the glitches.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRc4FUbpKjw
Trigger mechanism with a microswitch by Kaseo. This resembles a scratch interface and with pitch controls that can be connected to various other toys via a 3.5mm Jack.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MRqBPNXLMc http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bFHBIbbbV0
Here is an Atari Punk Console modification by Raymond. A PC fan is varying the voltage in the circuit and causing the frequency to shift as it spins and also adds a certain physical aspect to the device.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7VVUkf7oZg
Casio RZ-1 Drum Machine with custom EEPROMS by Kenzie E. and dual LTC Precision Oscillator Mods from GetLoFi for adjusting the pitch.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aVLQ0OH8JiM
First version using dual LTC Precision modules!
Instructions by Juda for turning any controller into a MIDI transmitting device with some extra USB hardware and Cycling ’74 runtime.
EraSer from circuitbend.it sent us a new instrument a while back. It is an example of “cross bending” made using two circuit bent guitar pedals. Rocktron digital distortion and a Fab Echo delay. The circuits of these pedals have been linked and re-housed in a “laptop toy” case.