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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 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 Linguaphone

    I bent this funny little puppy as a commission for my very good friend Ernst Markus Stein. In his kitchen. With a bare minimum of tools and the most crooked...
  • en Waoss Pad WP1

    After working on the KP2, I got all hooked with touchpad interactivity. And since the second one was a not too hard job with modifying, I figured the first one...
  • en Kaoss Wad KW2

    To be honest, I was never much into Kaoss Pads. I always found them to be slightly overrated and vastly overpriced even for used ones. Also, they always sounded a...
  • 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...