This invention, created by Bruce in the 50s, was an analog synthesizer ran on a 9 volt battery that could play different tones and pitches on people. He went on to later make other versions of this machine.

Mr C

Another analog synthesizer that he built in the mid 60s. This one was made to play songs for audiences.

The Musical Computer

A digital/analog synthesizer that was also a digital sampler that Bruce built in 1967. It was encased in a suit case that used sensors and touch to trigger lights and sounds.


A motion controlled vocoder built in 1968, named after Michael Faraday.