Disturbance is primarily intended for the glitching/mangling of drum loops but it can
also be useful with melodic material, vocals, and pretty much anything else you want
to get glitchy with. Disturbance is similar to a slicer, but a bit different.
It works by chopping up a loop into 64 equal parts (no beat detection) then sequencing
their playback, and each slice in Disturbance has its own loop point.
In addition to offering several playback order options, Disturbance also offers
sequenced filtering, distortion, pitch shifting, and slice length adjustment...
as well as various playback randomizations, dual delays, and non-sequenced pitch shifting
which can even be set to track MIDI note input - allowing you to turn anything you feed
into Disturbance into a synth oscillator.
Disturbance can be used to create subtle or variations and effects, or it can dramatically
warp your source material into something completely new. You can even adjust the start and
end points of the sequencer to help you create odd time signature loops.
Additionally, you can even turn off the clock and use your Modulation wheel (CC1) to move
forwards and backwards through the loop, almost like a wavetable.