Kymatica has released a preview of the upcoming SECTOR; a sequenced-sample-slicer with a lot of depth and several different probability engines running around in the madness.
You load up a loop and then slice it into "sectors" which you can then sequence using a probability step-sequencer. The probability you give it decides if it will jump to the new sector or continue on in the loop. In addition to that there is a map-matrix sequencer of all available sectors. In the picture to the right you see the map with each of the lines indicating possible jumps between sectors. The light green at the bottom can only jump to the slightly-darker green, but 5 different sectors can jump to it. The chance of any one of those doing that is itself governed by another set of probabilities. All of this is to say that a single loop can sound drastically different, even if you play it over and over again!
On top of all that there is a "warp" section that effects how an individual sector is played back, either slowing or speeding it up based on different warp shapes. This is once again another layer of randomness! You get to decide the probability, in percentage, of 4 different types of warps triggering on that specific sector.
It doesn't sound all that fun when you try to explain it, but I've been having a ton of fun with it! You'll get a chance to play with it as well at the end of this month! Here's the preview to whet your appetite until then.