Linking to a couple of tracks to show that Axoloti does fun things for guitar and rock music, not just all the (lovely and inspiring and inventive) synth and sound art projects you all have shared.
Two tracks to share at the moment:
this track uses a simple Axoloti multi-tapped delay patch with guitar mutes to provide a rhythm track that weaves in and out with some other percussion. The same patch is used for the main guitar progression. The 'fake granuverb' patch by @cpwitz makes an appearance with some octave notes in the end. The fuzz is all analog.
this is a jumble of many ideas mashed into one song. Has 5 Axoloti patches involved. Another multitap delay, a spacey thing that makes weird sweeps when I hit certain notes on the fretboard, a tremolo that cross fades between two rates, the @cpwitz 'fake granuverb' again (which I love), and a patch built around the @Sputnki bitcrusher on the bass, which degenerates into crazy static at the end. There's also some analog fuzz in there (always).
Nothing revolutionary as far as creative patching, and no novel objects, but worth sharing because this kind of musical application isn't showcased as much on this forum. I'm hoping to write up a few how-tos aimed at guitarists and put them on a webpage sometime soonish. Thanks for checking this out.