MIDI MuRF processing a drum loop and synth line. Clock synced via MIDI (so the rate knob works as a divisor) and using the stereo outputs.
There is a characteristic MuRF sound, but you can also use it for producing quasi-phaser or delay effects. At full wetness, extreme envelope settings and with selective use of the multiband filters, a kind of glitchy, sample-chopping effect can also be created. On sustained notes, the MuRF is great for adding (optionally stereo) movement, or again at extreme settings, converting the input into clock-synced pulses or stabs.