Casio MT-68 Desktop – Circuit Bent by S-CAT

Published on Jun 15, 2019 Space Cat Audio Technologies

“Vintage Casio MT-68 keyboard, circuit bent with 16 modifications. New control panel fitted in the speaker section. Mods include drum mutes, chord section volume controls, filters and feedback.”

Circuit bent "alphabet pal" talking caterpillar

Published on May 27, 2019 Jason Hotchkiss

“A talking toy with pitch control knob added and ability to trigger all the switch inputs over MIDI so they can be sequenced into slightly unsettling gibberish / beatboxing or even better to chop up the nursery rhyme tunes into some off-kilter woozy psych

Using a Moog MF drive pedal for tone control and lowpass filter (to knock off a little bit of the

Circuit Bent Casio SK-1 with Blue Patchable Breakout Box

View this post on Instagram Our home-made circuit bending goodie that offers sweeps, flips n’ splits on a vintage Casio SK-1 #brownersound #thekidsloveit #casio #casiokeyboard #keyboard #curcuitbendingA post shared by Browner Sound (@brownersound) on May 10, 2019 at 2:58pm PDT

This one spotted and sent in via Ajgersten.

Circuit Bent Casio PT-82 Retro DIY Synthesizer

Published on May 2, 2019 Ellie Dunno

“Put some heavy mods on this old boii plus a rad case, laser cut face plate, and a stupid paint job! He’s sounding like a real grown up synth now. Thanks for checking it out friends! 🙂

Mods include;

– Pitch Control
– Warp
– Crush
– Sub Octave -1 & -2
– Resonant VCF Low Pass
– LFO (controls pitch or vcf)
– 5 Channel Mixer (one channel per voice)
– Delay /

Moog Circuit Bending Challenge 2019

Published on Mar 22, 2019 SMMP

via SMMP:

“Hello everyone, this is my entry for the Moog Circuit Bending Challenge 2019: the “MiniPeanut”. I bent a Yamaha PSS-30 introducing also a filter, lfo, pitch tracker and a sequencer. If you check my video you will be able to find the schematics, in case you want to modify and build your own. Hope you enjoy!”

Video description with links:

“This is my

Moog Circuit Bending Challenge 2019

Published on Mar 21, 2019 Mike Sisk

“This is my entry to the Moog Circuit Bending Challenge for 2019. In this video I show the step by step process I took when modifying a toy electronic harp. I call this creation the ‘Sweet Synth Harp.'”

Modified Casio PT-50 by X1L3 | Circuit Bending

Published on Mar 14, 2019 Nostalgic Ruckus

“Modifications: On board resonant filter and delay. Different bend points including pitch with sections called ruiner and damage. Also has drum mutes. The drum beat at the end is the Casio preset rhythm ’16 beat’.”


via this auction

Check out the video here.

“Another VTech talky box here, and this is one of the best yet! A whole host of mods take this one into a whole new sonic dimension.

4 glitch buttons linked with an 12 point rotary selector give a huge range of different glitch noises and possibilities, you’ll get all sorts of great noises from these – from bizarre blurps to trippy melodic loops.

CBMods Kawai K1m MkII Synth Explorer Module

Published on Sep 29, 2015

3x Rotary Wheels
10x SPST Switches
1x SPDT Switch

via this auction

“Onboard sounds compared to M1 and D-50 synthesizers.


40 Modifications via:
3x Rotary Wheels *
11x SPDT (on-off-on) Switches.

* Each Rotary Wheel has 6 bend points on a 12 point rotation (6x on and 6x off positions).
Therefore as you rotate the switch clockwise: 12noon =

Folktek Modified Suzuki Omnichord OM-27

via this auction

“Modified Omnichord OM-27 Touch synthesizer. This piece features 60+ touch points allowing you to produce rich and complex tones, drones, harmonies, filtering and distortion. Multiple tones/notes can be played at one time to create thick and complex tonal harmonies.

The hand etched copper clad section on top features 3 rows of twelve notes including mid, bass, and grimey tones