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MKII - Now with MIDI timing randomization.

Gotharmanís note randomizer MKII are a MIDI effect, that treats incoming MIDI note on and off's. When it receives note data, it takes a look at the adjustable probability parameter, and the velocity value, if Velo to Prob is other than zero, and randomly decides if it will play that note or not. If it decides to play the note, it will have a look at the adjustable random velocity parameter, and if this is higher than zero, it will randomize the note velocity value with the adjusted amount. 

If the Time parameter is turned up, it will also create a random time delay, before it puts the note-on or off thru to the output.

This effect is very useful for creating acoustic-like "strumms" out of chords, for making "sterile" computer timing more alive, or just for creating variations in otherwise repeating patterns.

LISTEN TO SOME SOUND EXAMPLES:

Chords mp3 - A sequence of 3 chords played back and tweaked by the Note Randomizer. It's the same 2 bar sequence that runs in the entire piece. At first the Time parameter is turned more and more up, creating the sense of an acoustic instrument being "strummed". Later Probability is turned down and Velo turned up.

Beat mp3 - An electro beat tweaked by the Note Randomizer. It's the same 2 bar sequence that runs in the entire piece. At first the Time parameter is turned more and more up, creating off-beat landscapes. Later Probability is turned down and Velo turned up.

Arpeggio mp3 - An arpeggio sequence tweaked by the Note Randomizer.

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Note Randomizer MKI

 

LISTEN TO SOME EXAMPLES:

A beat treated with the Note Randomizer

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