One step beyond Rössler MIDI.
This instrument uses five instances of Rössler attractor generators with different initial conditions (controlled by fader I )
Fader C is control parameter for Rössler attractor.
RX5 matrix, allows individual switching on/off for different time series (audio signals X, Y, Z generated by attractors) creating some interesting effects: try leaving only switched extreme buttons or any nice looking combination.
Env global is there just as a trick to avoid start and end clicks for midi notes, but is useful for shaping too.
Modulation section uses audio in, or internally generated sine and tri waves for modulating I and C parameters. Try with low ->I and ->C values. Mod pitch is only for internal modulators sin and tri and is an offset in midi note units.
As usual, display is not satisfactory and needs much more work to do.
MIDI monitor can be easily removed from instruments structure.
Tested with an intel mac core duo, running smoothly with 16 voices. For older CPUs please lower voices count or sampling rates.