Monday, September 05, 2005

So, this is really cool. Someone put up a circuit-bent Casio SK-1 for sale on ebay, and it ended up going for 375 dollars. The SK-1 was a very primitive sampling keyboard, and what's really cool about it is that it is very bendable. It's rather easy to get it to make glitchy noises.

So what they've done is house the original keyboard in a larger case, and created this type of patchbay using banana clips. Very neat.

This has me considering redoubling my efforts at both scouring the local flea markets and garage sales for bendable stuff (toys and keyboards, mostly) and at actually finishing some circuit-bending projects.

Here's some pictures (found at MusicThing):


Blogger Natalia said...

Those look cool...I just suddenly got a pang of nostalgia for my atari. *sob*


10:48 AM  

Post a Comment

<< Home