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  • en Warstware

    I got into circuit bending around 2001 as a way of creating unique instruments that offer a more experimental approach than stuff you can buy in shops. I like to...
  • en Qyphone

    The Yamaha QY10 mini sequencer was the first instrument I rehoused into a phone. The original shell was too small to accommodate all my switches. Alas, the story of the...
  • en VA-10

    The VA-10 is a curious keyboard and as far as I can tell, it is quite rare but most of the time not too expensive when bought used. After all,...
  • en Yamadore SHS64

    The most common reaction I get for this instrument is confusion: "Hey wow, that's a... No wait, it's... Um, what is this?". Its guts started their life as a Yamaha...
  • en Workshops

    I've taught several workshops over time, on circuit bending both audio and video equipment, as well as how to build minimal circuits to produce sounds, and further experimentation with them....
  • en Videophone

    05.05.2015: Waaah! The videophone very recently got a major update! I built in a DVR board, so now I'm able to record its output wherever I want. I just started...
  • en SNES

    Super Nintendos were the first visual devices I bent. I built the first versions in 2007 for my minor degree at the Hochschule für Gestaltung in Offenbach, Germany. Inspired by...