Some people were pretty outraged that this guy chopped his 106 up. Maybe I'm just not so precious about them (digital oscillators aren't very endearing in my opinion), but I think it's kind of cute this way. This effect, switching through the patches rapidly with an LFO, it's interesting but a little underdeveloped. When I was heavily involved with the 106 I used to do something similar, but I'd step through the patches at the same rate as a running sequence, so each note could have it's own unique sound. And sometimes just slight variations of the filter's cutoff frequency or the envelope settings. So rather than just randomly stepping through different sounds, it's more like sequencing the sound of each step as well as the pitch.