Similar to the ambient stuff which I have been experimenting on this year aswell, based on raw data being converted to sound, further processed and looped. The only difference being that you used an existing software file as raw input and I generate new raw files with my random wave algorithm.
Just to give away a little hint to sound artists out there how ambient sounds like these are done. I'm sure others have fugured this out already, so it's not an Area 51 secret anymore. ;)
Any use? Did you really say that? This has some promise. I heard somewhere -- it's hard to hear stuff if ya don't lissen -- I understand yer frustration, have it myownself alla time. Spend a week on something, upload it and its totally ignored. Throw some leftover junk on here to give yourself more time to work on the important stuff and still remain visible, and the junk gets 400 downloads in an hour. We're our own worst critics or we wouldn't be doing this.
Thank you for making this, we recently used it in our short film to create a tense atmosphere and to add comic relief by stopping the drone suddenly. Thanks again, and here is the short film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebLirsebtSc