#1
so i ahve an old yamaha portasound pss-20 keyboard from 1989 that i want to mod and do some fun sutff to, but i have absolutely no idea where to start.

Yes i do have experience with electronics, ive made circuits and stuff and im good with a soldering iron

so if anyone has done anything to this keyboard and can help me it would be muchly appreciated
#2
It's unlikely you'll be able to do anything as it's not an analogue synthesiser. What did you want to do anyway?
EH


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#3
learn about circuit bending you might be able to do something, its real easy, just solder a switch on somthing and the other end somewhere else on the circuit and turn on the switch

I heard a modded FURBY that sounded better than a Line6 spider 3 like this
#4
Quote by ferguson911
learn about circuit bending you might be able to do something, its real easy, just solder a switch on somthing and the other end somewhere else on the circuit and turn on the switch

I heard a modded FURBY that sounded better than a Line6 spider 3 like this


my backside can produce nicer tone than one of those anyway XD

on a more serious note, awesome furby mod :p
Mah gear :p

Guitars:
Ibanez RG350DX
BC rich NJ neck thru series warlock
customized epi les paul

Amps:
blackstar ht-5 combo
VOX VT-100

Pedals:
bad dog phaser


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Quote by Morrie2995
dude you just became my hero. Nice
#5
Quote by sylphin
my backside can produce nicer tone than one of those anyway XD

on a more serious note, awesome furby mod :p


Depends if your backside can play an F#
#6
hmm circuit bending aye? ill have to give that ago.

any ideas what to look for when circuit bending something? so i dont fry the thing?
#7
Quote by snouta
hmm circuit bending aye? ill have to give that ago.

any ideas what to look for when circuit bending something? so i dont fry the thing?


it wont ''fry'' it just might produce strange sounds most of the time


just try it on an old alarm clock or something
#9
hmm sweet as, thanks
ill give it a go and report back with any findings