I 've been working on a patch that makes it possible to enjoy the endless possibilities offered by a phasor~ reading an array, but without the inherent limitation in terms of array size.
I will upload it if enough people are interested.
Also, I once came accross this thread (http://groups.google.com/group/rec.audio.pro/msg/c7055c32f0ab1992?hl=en&pli=1), which explains how flanging effect was created back in the sixties. Somebody wrote that one way of recreating it in DSP was to use delay lines, which were unable to create the same sounds due to their limited length. I thought it was challenging, so i built this patch with a phasor~ reading an entire song. Since i can now change the speed of the phasor in real time i can do what engineers would do with two tape decks in the old days.
Anyway, it's not complete yet, but hopefully it should be by tonight.