Delfy Creations from London makes cool toys.

Alex Delfont and Shaun Crook make some interesting audio hardware for synth heads. The toys they have for sale called Delfy Originals are reasonably priced from 35-135 British Pounds. Here’s a few videos of what they have to offer:


Delfy Creations SS-1 from Delfy Creations on Vimeo.


Delfy Creations SSVC-1 from Delfy Creations on Vimeo.


Delfy Creations Square Stepper from Delfy Creations on Vimeo.

I love unique stuff like this. It seems in line with some of what Curious Inventor, Atomosynth and some others non-giant music tech corporations are doing. So out of the the stuff Delfy offers what do you like the best?

For more info: delfycreations.com or myspace.com/delfycreations

This entry was written by Oliver Chesler, posted on March 18, 2009 at 5:33 am, filed under hardware, synthesizer and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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One Response to “Delfy Creations from London makes cool toys.”

  1. The Googly says:

    Oh man…. that Square Stepper looks really interesting. I love seeing small companies like this. I’ve just recently gotten into some mild circuit bending and seeing that a small company can make stuff like this gives me hope for some of the things I’d like to work on.

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