Start with a short loop
Interesting, but since the repetitions aren’t fast enough, it doesn’t sound like a musical note. There are two ways to make the repetitions faster. We could increase the Rate of playback, which increases the speed at which the loop is played, or we could make the loop even shorter, thus increasing the frequency of repetitions. There are many ways of doing this, but my favourite so far makes use of the loop windowing script Jeff Larson put together. Activating this script selects a single subcycle to play back. Using the script again selects another subcycle. In this way, a single loop can yield many different sounds. Here’s how things sound at this point using both of these options on the above loop.
Example 1: Loopwindowed ->Discord3 -> Chopitch -> UpStereo
Example 3:Loopwindowed ->Rate+24 -> Discord3 -> Chopitch -> UpStereo
Example 4:Loopwindowed ->Rate+24 -> autoReverse -> Discord3 -> Chopitch -> UpStereo
Example 5: RateShifted -> Discord3 -> Chopitch -> UpStereo