#1
Well, I've been into some noise-music techno and Ive been bored as hell lately so I figure I should try to do some circuit bending. I cannot find any good tutorials or anything online so I'm trying to figure out how to do it.

Im going to bend a ****load of various childrens toys and my drum machine once I get the knowledge...so anyone know of any sites or books I should check out?
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#2
I have some tutorials for specific things on my website, and there is a guide for starting out circuit bending here.

Good luck and happy bending!

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#3
Ive been working on my DS-1 all day, its fun/frustrating!!!

Look up Overdrive Spiders guide to circuit bending the DS-1 if you have one.
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#4
Depending on just how novice you are - there's this.

If that's too basic you might check some of Forrest Mims' books - I believe he published what's most recognized as the Atari Punk Console. The APC is a good place to start as well in my opinion because it's fairly forgiving and allows you to really explore what works and how.
#5
I've been meaning to get into circuit bending, but havent actually sat down and performed anything yet. :S

Thanks for the links!
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#6
Thanks a lot guys!
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