I'm still into super gltichy sounds, and today I was just puttering with Wasp to relax and kill time. It may be old, but I never realized its potential to make powerful glitch sounds before, just by randomizing the patch.
I'm not advocating this as a great useful patch or anything, but man! Wasp can fill up the entire audio spectrum and lets me know it could just about be used on its own as a single VST glitch groove maker (with a little help from a couple of effects plugins). I'm going to put it back in my arsenal of go to VST's for a while and not dismiss it as just old and simple.
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