No instrument is safe. No toy left unbroken!
The quest for new sounds has led me to this - circuitbending. Also known as taking electronic devices apart and rewiring their guts in order to make bizarre, mutant noises that were never intended by the original designers.
Destroy cassette tapes and get some awesome, mutated new sounds. It's fun, easy and I show you how to do it effectively. Pictures and audio examples right now.
A circuit bent soft synth?
Hell yes! I (ab)used Reaktor and created a circuit bent software synthesizer. I've been working on this off and on for over a year. Now, after many refinements, it's ready for the world.
And you can get it FREE!
Computer Game Forced to Smoke Pot
A unique mess of quirks, hiccups, glitches, tweaks, blabber phrases, and utter nonsense that comes from a cross-wired voice synthesizer. All Royalty-Free!
647 sound effects. Purchase and DOWNLOAD in minutes!
Concept:FX circuitBenT MaTH. Take one mint conditon 1980 Texas Instruments Speak and Math handheld game. Rewire its guts (also known as circuit bending it).
- the studio
- BIO - credits
- tape to CD
- gear reviews
- tape destruction
- field recording
- microphone tips
- record a fart
- Sound Effects
- Concept:FX vol. 1
- Concept:FX Pro Bundle
- Night Sounds
- better, stronger...
- Dying Hurricane
- free sounds!
- used gear for sale
- links page
- contact page
Concept:FX royalty free sound effects are perfect for radio spots and imaging, computer games, podcasts, multimedia projects, television, mash-ups, internet productions, kiosks, corporate presentations, music, post, and more!
Cutting-edge shrieks, extreme hits, sweeps, and rips; to thick distortion, noise bursts, ambient textures, sci-fi bleeps, and plenty more.
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