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  1. an abbreviation for "modifications" to an existing (audio) circuit such as a guitar pedal, digital keyboard, or drum machine

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  2. the creative, short-circuiting of electronic devices such as low voltage, battery-powered guitar effects, children's toys and small digital synthesizers to create new musical or visual instruments and sound generators

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  3. Emphasizing spontaneity and randomness, the techniques of circuit bending have been commonly associated with noise music, though many more conventional contemporary musicians and musical groups have been known to experiment with "bent" instruments

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  5. Bent Festival

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