I am self-taught circuit bender, electronics engineer and programmer. I apply the latter two to the art of circuit bending.
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A circuit bent Coleco Talking Teacher. The king of talking toys for circuit bending, IMO. From 1985, it has a voice synthesizer, not a recorded voice, and when circuit bent generates all sorts of gibberish, locked loops, and "frozen phonemes".
A heavily circuit bent Casio MT-240.The breakout box contains toggle and rotary switches which reroute the original electronics, resulting in a fantastic new world of sounds. My favorite circuit bending target.
This is a 2'x3' resin cast with brass contacts and wires embedded. The wires connect to a DB25 port, which can connect to musical instruments. Touching the brass contacts insert you as component in the instrument's circuit, affecting its sound .
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