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Circuit Bending on Designing Sound

The fantastic website recently featured an interview I was a part of on their site.  Each month they have a theme and invite the sound design community to contribute articles, essays, or anything else that pertains to the theme. For April 2014 their theme was "broken".  The podcast I co-produce on audio post production recorded an interview with the performance duo named Roth Mobot.  They use exclusively circuit bent instruments when they compose music.  In the interview they talk about the history of circuit bending, the best practices to get crazy results, and suggest references on how to find out more on the subject.  Since you have to basically break into the electronics of something to circuit bend it, we thought this would fit into the Designing Sound theme perfectly.

Take a listen and see if you might want to explore the craft of circuit bending further.



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