2012 Moog Circuit Bending Challenge Entries

Circuit Bend
The third annual Moog Circuit Bending Challenge is coming to a close, and this year we’ve gotten some incredible entries. Six hours are left to submit your bend! We need your help picking the three finalists, so let us know in the comments which contestants should be coming to Moogfest and why.

Moog Music Circuit Bending 2011 Champion, Dr. Moonstien, is back with another great entry.


Ross Williams’ insane sampler built from graduation trinkets.


Josh Felice and Chris Blarsky’s beautiful circuit bent Akai S01 with custom controller
The MCBC-01 (Moog Circuit Bending Challenge 01)



Rob Armstrong’s Akai S01 with custom Patch – Bay for “Creative Patchability”.


Oren Levy’s foot controllable bend of SparkFun’s ISD1932
See part two here!



Ben Gencarelle’s bent and rebuilt Akai S20 sampler.

Dr. Blankenstein’s GoogaMooga circuit bent multi function light based sampler built off greeting cards.


C Freddi’s tape based sampler with custom controls.
See Part Two Here.
See Part Three Here.



Justin Emerson’s bent Akai S-20 with custom joystick controller

Kaseo’s “Memory Bank”


Karl Uchtman’s freaky white wash Barbie bike horn.

Jimmy Hughes experiments with a Saw III Sampler Eurorack Module

Dangercase 2012

Peter Churchyard looks to Moog Google Doodle for inspiration

The Mellotroog

Luis builds up a beast of a bend out of his van
See Part Two Here.
See Part Three Here.

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