VCV wavetable

the basic thing is this you have 1-12 mono synths and you set up patches on each one and input them into the wavetable and then the wave table, as each patch is connected, triggers the patch and saves it to a database or similar, and then as each one gets inputed, VCVrack should create its own samples based on the peaks of each inputed wave that morph the first wave into the second wave and so on and so on.

basically what VCV's job is is to comparate each soundand shift the waves and morph them into eachother using averages of two or more waves, a little subtle bit of randomness, and then you divide the average positions and the changes it takes to get to those average positions by however many numbers to get the proper sounding wavetable to connect the two noises

it could be fun when incorporated into a linux production suite.