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Jeri Ellsworth’s Amazing Commodore 64 Keytar

Jeri Ellsworth, who now works for Valve Software, showed off her Commodore 64 Keytar at Maker Faire Bay Area.  She isn’t just using the Commodore as a cool case for her bass guitar, she is actually tapping into the internal sound processor of the Commodore 64.  She even has the keyboard working as a synthesizer.

Did I mention she played the keytar on roller skates?  My vote for best project at the 2012 Maker Faire Bay Area.

via MAKE Blog

 


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1 Comment

  1. 😀 pure awesome… i think this proves jeri ellsworth can make anything into *or out of* a C64!

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