This one has an added filter (distortion and tone control), LFO and 5 glitches. filter has frequency and separate tone control knobs. The LFO has a Rate control and Amount control. This keyboard uses a variable capacitor, rather than a resistor or crystal, on the CPU. With this I used a potentiometer to adjust the amount of LFO signal fed into the timing cap. This gives the sound out put a wobble or sequenced/ step effect. At a high enough level, the LFO will make the keyboard loop and glitch. In addition, there are 5 different bend points (glitches) that I included and are activated by 4 switches.
Output is via the standard (on bard) 1/8 output jack. Runs on the standard Casio Power Supply (7.5 VDC)
Circuit Bent MT36 demo by gebrochene augen