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Circuit-Bending: Build Your Own Alien Instruments

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“In one easy evening,” says Reed Ghazala, “you can discover and build an
instrument capable of making sounds and music no one else has ever yet heard: an
instrument that exists nowhere else in the universe.” With what? A degree in
electronics? Nahh. Thousands of dollars in equipment? Nahh: just some dirt-cheap
electronic toy you can find at a garage sale, a second-hand store, or in your
own closet. Loads of skills? Nahh: just the most basic, “baby-simple” soldering
knowledge. And this book.

Since the late ‘60s, Ghazala’s been pioneering these techniques; he’s built
instruments for Peter Gabriel, the Stones, many others. More recently, he gave
the technique a name: “circuit bending.” And it’s taken off, getting attention
everywhere from Slashdot to Wired. Now, he’s written the seminal book on the
subject: Circuit-Bending: Build Your Own Alien Instruments.

Ghazala covers everything you need to know: how musical instruments work; how to
set up your workshop; how to solder; how to build, polish, and refine your
“bent” instrument; even how to design your own personal “alien orchestra.” The
heart of the book is its projects. Follow them, step-by-step, or use them as a
launching pad for your own creations. Start with an old Speak & Spell (or a
Speak & Read, or a cheap, cheesy Casio SA-2 keyboard, or something from
Fisher-Price) and, in one short chapter, you can create something magical.

Along the way, you’ll come to see electronics very differently: not as something
precisely ordained down to the nanometer but -- again in Ghazala’s words -- “as
an organic mechanism, animal-like.” Plus, you’ll have a blast.

Table of Contents

Part I: Exploring Circuit-Bending Today.
Chapter 1: Bending the Headspace of Electronic Design.
Chapter 2: Circuit-Bending’s New Instrumentarium.
Chapter 3: Considering a New Music.
Chapter 4: Bending for Business.
Part II: Building Your Circuit-Bending Workshop.
Chapter 5: Tools of the Trade.
Chapter 6: Your Electronic Parts Supply.
Chapter 7: The Well-Behaved Workspace.
Part III: Dr. Frankenstein, May We Proceed?
Chapter 8: Soldering Your Way to Nirvana.
Chapter 9: Designing Your Personal Alien Orchestra.
Chapter 10: Building the Bent Instrument.
Chapter 11: Bending Beyond the Basics.
Chapter 12: Finishing Techniques.
Part IV: Eighteen Projects for Creating Your Own Alien Orchestra.
Chapter 13: The Instrumentarium: An Overview.
Chapter 14: Project 1: Original Pushbutton Speak & Spell Incantor.
Chapter 15: Project 2: Common Speak & Spell Incantor.
Chapter 16: Project 3: Speak & Read Incantor.
Chapter 17: Project 4: Speak & Math Incantor.
Chapter 18: Project 5: The Casio SA-2 Aleatron.
Chapter 19: Project 6: The Casio SA-5 Aleatron.
Chapter 20: Project 7: The Realistic Concertmate 380 Aleatron.
Chapter 21: Project 8: The Casio SK-60 Aleatron.
Chapter 22: Project 9: Casio MT-140 Aleatron.
Chapter 23: Project 10: Casio SK-1 Aleatron.
Chapter 24: Project 11: Mall Madness.
Chapter 25:Project 12: The Inverter.
Chapter 26: Project 13: Electronic Rap Pad.
Chapter 27: Project 14: Bent Book Strip.
Chapter 28: Project 15: Cool Keys Bent Music Stick.
Chapter 29: Project 16: Fisher Price Electronic Womb.
Chapter 30: Project 17: The Harmonic Window.
Chapter 31: Project 18: Hyper Sax.
Closing Words.
Appendix A: One Dozen of the Best Generic Bends.
Appendix B: Benders’ Resources.
Appendix C: Common Electronic Components and Their Schematic Symbols.

Product Details

* ISBN: 0764588877
* ISBN-13: 9780764588877
* Format: Paperback, 450pp
* Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
* Pub. Date: August 2005

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