Casio SA-1 minikeyboard featuring 100 pcm-sounds,
20 rhythms, 13 "super accompaniments"' and one demosong.
Line-out mini jack on the backpanel. The original on/off-switch
was broken so I substituted a new one.
Voltage Drop trimmer. When delicately trimmed to a
'sweet point' you can get short recoverable crashings when playing
the keyboard. (like on the Crashio
Distortion. A moderate distortion.
Touch Points. Touching brass knobs triggers glitches
or soundchanges like drone tones or noise. Most reactive when the
instrument is already in a glitching/looping state. One of the touch
points is connected through a pushbutton, enabling you to make a
very brief connection while having maximal contact between the finger
and the touch point.
Glitch button with trimmer. Triggers glitching/loops
when the button is pushed. The trimmer regulates the effect from
moderate, where the effect only takes place while the button is
held down, to drastic, where even a short push sends the Crashio
into wild glitches/loops (or crashes it completely)
Reset button. Disconnects the
power when held down, and resets the Crashio after a total crash.
(which are quite common)