Here is my first set of objects/patches to share. These are 2 chaotic attractors/oscillators.
The first one is the logistic map equation: x_(n+1)=rx_n(1-x_n),
logistic_osc.axo (778 Bytes)
logistic.axh (2.7 KB)
The first dial from the left labelled "r" is the value of r (in the equation above). Its range is between 3 and 4, mostly because for values of less than 3 the output is not interesting. (take a look here why: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Logistic_Bifurcation_map_High_Resolution.png )
I run a spectrogram on the oscillator driven by an LFO so it would scan over all the (allowed) values of r and the output is this (x axis is r):
The second oscillator is the Kawakami attractor
kawakami_osc.axo (856 Bytes)
kawakami.axh (2.1 KB)
and here is the spectrogram, with time in the x axis at a fixed value (the default) showing how intermittent it is.
For some reason when changing the value of dial_2 (the only parameter for this oscillator) it sometimes goes into a cycle, so best to restart it. I think it has something to do with the initialisation of the x(n-1) and x(n-2) variables, but I haven't resolved this yet.
I thought that some might find these interesting as they are quite unusual in "normal" synthesizers.