AADD (A.A.D.D., Audio A.D.D., Audio Attention Deficit Disorder)
is a tool to create new sonic spaces out of your old dusty audio files.
First, collect some recordings in MP3, M4A, AAC, ALAC, AIFF, AIFC, WAVE, or SDII format and put them in a directory (or, organize them in disparate directories contained in other directories contained in a parent directory several levels deep). You can also organize audio files of these blessed types within iTunes™ Playlists.
Second, point an AADD module at the containing directory (or, at either the parent directory or simply a single file) or an iTunes™ Playlist, and choose some settings for the module which reflect your particular vision for bliss/horror/blorris.
Third, click on the AADD button to start the module muttering audio snippets, fading in and out, and randomly spouting your ears' experience.
Now, add a second module.
Point another at the first source location.