Circuit Bending an Analogue Video Colour Processor (Video Tech VCC3010)

Another video where I experiment with circuit bending some analogue video gear. For this one I am tearing apart a Video Tech VCC3010. It's a nice wee colour processor from the UK. This involves a bunch of talking about what my logic and approach is, as well as a demo of the final device.

The music at the end is the result of an in person collab experiment with my friend Tupper Werewolf. You can find his stuff here -


I post all of the music I make, including WAV stems; sample packs; collections of video textures; early access to videos; and a whole pile of other stuff on Patreon. I know I know, I hate doing this as well, but if you like what I do and want to get more of it, while also helping me offset some of my ludicrous gear purchases, this is the best place to do it:

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If you're in the market for new gear, my favourite place to find new and interesting synthesizers and other electronic music gear is Signal Sounds. They are based in Glasgow, but ship all over the place and often have stuff nobody else does. Find them at

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and a whole pile of other stuff...

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