The Zero Point Device was once a single tone piano keyboard with record and playback features. Not the usual circuit bending target given its seemingly limited tonal abilities. However, a bit of circuit exploration revealed a whole new world of sonic expressions. By feeding the clock signal back into the IC reset pin along with a pitch knob and some added capacitors, it now emits a variety of electro static textures, 1950's Sci-Fi UFO sounds and what sounds like the call of a guinea pig (a completely unintended and rather surprising byproduct of circuit bending).
Bends: Pitch, loop, clock feedback stutter, long & short envelope switch, line out & green LED.
Audio Sample: (subtle Stereo effect added)