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Crazy Random DSP Apps

So I've been playing around with Paul's Extreme Sound stretcher aka Paulstretch and its lots of fun. I know there's lots of apps like this out there but I've been out of the loop for a while. Does anyone have any recommendations for similar apps like this. The only requirement I have is that they're able to run on OSX 10.7
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I'm interested in this too. I've found it handy to subscribe to Richard Devine's facebook feed... he often directs to software (and hardware) which does extra-normal stuff to sound, useful for sound design and music applications.
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Now that definitely fits the bill as crazy and random. I can't imagine any practical use. The hyperbolic description alone was worth a visit to the web site.
It is useful if you want to extract specific sounds it seems, or if you want to do extreme timestretches
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Now that definitely fits the bill as crazy and random. I can't imagine any practical use. The hyperbolic description alone was worth a visit to the web site.
It's actually probably "better" at practical uses than crazy ones. For example, you can use it as a very specific EQ. I didn't realize how technical it was when I bought it. I generally like things to be more immediate, but it's become a much better tool to play around with with the latest beta and live mode. Once you get the hang of it, which does take a while, it's great for making sampler food.
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