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ere we are at the end of this discovery journal, and at the end of our brief travels together. But in truth, it s just the beginning of your adventure. Any guide to circuit-bending can but scratch the surface of this intrinsically vast art. There are literally thousands of new instruments waiting to be discovered. Circuit-bending is about as open an art as any to exist. To gain a little perspective and at the same time realize the importance of working in experimental, difficult art, let s place you, the bender, within history. Divergent art requires divergent thought, an attribute easily overlooked and often underestimated today. However, bent art, thought-provoking radical art, was not always so easily produced. The work you re doing historically and sociologically, as well as artistically, is important. We trace prevailing western social order to the Middle Ages, to the period of the Renaissance in particular. During the Renaissance which was the needed answer to the antiscience, pro-repression gloom of the Churchinspired Dark Ages the world again awoke. Take a moment can you even imagine circuit-bending in a Dark Ages world If caught, you literally would have been forced from your home and burned alive or flung from the church tower along with all the town s cats and wart-doomed elderly. But during the Renaissance, science and art were freed from hundreds of years of theological domination and brought out into the light of a recovering society. Accordingly, the theretofore unmatched support for the arts and sciences resulted in the immediate scientific discoveries the Renaissance is noted for. This period of unbridled inspiration also nurtured new thoughts of social freedom. Enlightenment philosophers envisioned a world without the repression of art and science. They imagined a society free of tyrannical, self-important leaders. One rather difficult-to-ignore result of this great philosophical vision was the eventual realization of the United States of America via its battered colonists breaking from England, starving in Jamestown, but, against all odds, surviving. Not to say that then or today we ve shaken the grip of tyranny we have not. But for the sake of our arts, sciences, and society, we ve tried to break the grip, and we must continue to try. Circuit-bending, and indeed most of the arts as we know them, cannot survive otherwise.
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To be sure, circuit-bending is a Renaissance art form, a revolutionary art form, and owes much to free thinkers of the past. Freedom of expression within the arts will flourish, the sciences will be free of nonscientists misguidance, and a period of great discovery will ensue as long as we remember the lessons of the Dark Ages and the following Renaissance. Nothing is more important for the advancement of culture, the arts, and the wondrous wave of discoveries yet to come. You, as a bender, ride the crest of this wave. So the power of discovery extends beyond article, beyond the actual item discovered. The power of discovery, on the broad front, is also the power of progressive, creative thinking. But free thinking is only a start. To extend the power of creative thinking, we must teach. And the power of teaching reigns supreme. Why Because in teaching, in sharing ideas, we all move forward together. Sharing ideas, spreading the power of free, new, challenging, original thought, works. For you, me, and everyone. You re holding the proof in your hands. You might find yourself in a similar spot someday: Do I share this idea Do I teach Or will this be my secret As an inventor, I m familiar with that battle. I decided to give away all the bending secrets because I believe in art more than I do corporate restraint, the needed, yet cold, underpinning of licensed intellectual property the paranoia of plutocracy. I find that I can t ignore the power of art to push discovery, the power of art to inspire new thought, and the power of art to teach (the very reasons that others repress the arts). I feel exceptionally fortunate to have been able to play this role of discoverer and teacher. Still, the real measure of fortune is in the reflection of personal deeds. To this end I ve tried my best to provide a good handbook for your journey along what must be a somewhat rocky road. I sincerely hope you ve enjoyed our trip, bumpy as it s been. What next Most readers of this book are musicians as well as designers. As such, your next step, after completing a nice set of instruments, will be composing music. Here is where the greatest satisfaction awaits. It is, after all, music that brings critical attention to instruments. If one listens (and designs) beyond the easy-grab distortion bends, instead looking to circuitbending s delicate nuances, detailed voices, new timbres and fine musical languages, one will find room for insightful, sensitive composition. The promise of fine new music is as real as the instruments you ve already made. Let me introduce one last term: theatric listening. If you close your eyes when you listen to sound, any sound, and let your mind s eye illustrate the sound, this visualization may help you compose with the sound. This is theatric listening. It may take a little practice. But if you lose yourself within a sound or a music, your closed-eye field of vision will not remain blank. Something will appear. For me, this something is instructive and, if you ll bear with me here, it tells me what it needs. I imagine the accompanying sounds just as I might imagine the harmony to a singer s lyrics in a more traditional song. But that s just me one of the ways I compose with experimental, unusual sound forms. You ll soon develop your own personal style of playing and composing with the bent instruments you ve designed. Wanting to learn more about electronics is a natural outgrowth of circuit-bending. I highly encourage further research and study. Bending and true-theory electronics are actually good friends. No matter how bent your circuits are, when you use the generic line-output scheme, you re already incorporating true-theory technique. The two approaches to design, although outrageously dissimilar, are yet complementary. And as a bender, you have a unique advantage to entering real electronics: not only experience, but also honest inspiration.
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