Circuit Bending Samples

PowerFX release collections by UK glitch guru Audio Android      13/09/07

Circuit Bending Samples


PowerFX has announced the release of two products that address the surging interest in the circuit bending scene with Burning Circuits the downloadable CD and Toy ‘n Voice the downloadable sample pack.
Both titles are created by the U.K. sound designer and breakbeat artist Audio Android who is also known for his recording under the mnemonic DLP alongside scene legend Danny Mac, releasing ferocious chunks of vinyl onto the buzzing London Breakbeat circuit.
PowerFX CEO Bil Bryant told us, “Digital musicians are always looking for new sound sources and the recent resurgence in circuit bending has opened up some new sonic possibilities. Circuit bending is manipulating battery powered electronic devices and represents an alternative to creating electronic music with virtual instruments and soft synths� continues Bryant, “It’s going back to a more organic and unpredictable way to create electronic sounds�.
Burning Circuits includes 345 sound files of toy bends, devices short circuiting, robotic voices, electro effects, kid keyboard surgery and percussive glitch hits and rhythms.
Toy ‘n Voice includes more toy sound molestations and robotic voices and is available as a 35 file sample pack .
Pricing and Availability:
Burning Circuits is available for $59
Toy ‘n Voice is available for $10 for the 35 file sample pack More information:
More information about Audio Android:



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