Casio SA1 - circuit bend

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|Participants=MrAtommyk,
 
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|Locations=Den Bunker,
 
|Locations=Den Bunker,
 
|Short description=Nothing too fancy, i have this little keyboard since i was a child and now i want to hack it up so it can make "interesting" and broken sounds (glitch,bleep).
 
|Short description=Nothing too fancy, i have this little keyboard since i was a child and now i want to hack it up so it can make "interesting" and broken sounds (glitch,bleep).
 
 
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Has been done before so i have excellent documentation:
 
Has been done before so i have excellent documentation:

Revision as of 15:48, 4 June 2012


Casio SA1 - circuit bend
What:
Nothing too fancy, i have this little keyboard since i was a child and now i want to hack it up so it can make "interesting" and broken sounds (glitch,bleep).
Casio.jpg
Participants:
MrAtommyk
Category:
Electronics
Locations:
Den Bunker

Has been done before so i have excellent documentation:

http://casperelectronics.com/finished-pieces/casio-sa-keyboards/

If anyone with more advanced electronics skills would like to help me finding additional/improved bends or teach me how to properly probe a circuit, be my guest!

Bonus hack: I have a strip of SM-LED's i'd like to integrate in the project as a VU meter or keyboard lighting.

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