Commodore 64 Bass Keytar

July 9, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized 

This year, at Maker Faire, Jeri Ellsworth presented her Commodore 64 Bass “keytar” that makes use of the original SID 6581 sound chip. In this video Jeri gives a rundown of how she built it and the circuit designs used.

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