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circuit bending tr505 tr606

Post by wvcttr » Thu May 17, 2007 5:21 pm

I'm looking for a reliable tech to circuit bend my tr505 and do some modifications to my tr606.

I'm in Montreal.

Spare me the "do some research" reply as I've already tried to contact class a electronics, alien-devices, and circuit benders (in uk) with little or no response.

I haven't contacted muzik elektronix yet, but I know he is ridiculously busy.

I haven't contacted analogue solutions yet... any opinions on these guys would be welcomed.
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Post by ewblank » Thu May 17, 2007 5:47 pm

Hey there fellow Montrealer.

You can try emailing this guy: synthrepair@yahoo.com

He's local, and does synth repair work - He's posted on here before, so maybe he'll respond directly.

Can't guaratee he does circuit bending - but it can't hurt to ask.

If you find someone post the info back up here. I also have a 505 I'd like to get bent - but I'm too chicken to attempt it myself and risk ruining it.

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Synths and gear I own: Juno-6, Moog Rouge, Yamaha FB-01, Boss DR-110 & TR-505, Casio SK-1, Yamaha AN200, Roland D2, Korg ER-1, various mini-kybds and home-made circuit bent thingies.

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Post by Altitude » Thu May 17, 2007 6:35 pm

what are you looking to get done to the 606?

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