RND Generator Randomizer from Lectric Panda

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CrunkNationEnt
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Post 16 Jun 2018

Looking forward to this :thumbs_up:

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Post 16 Jun 2018

Loque wrote:
16 Jun 2018
Marco Raaphorst wrote:
16 Jun 2018
I guess the players work as live devices, would be cool though if players could also read from the sequencer.
Erm...they can read from the sequencer, or to be precise, they just receive note informations from somewhere...or do you mean something else?
Yeah,put player in combinator and feed combi with sequencer :cool:

EdGrip
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Post 16 Jun 2018

Don't need to put them into a combinator. They work just by being attached to the instrument. Switch them on or bypass.

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Marco Raaphorst
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Post 16 Jun 2018

Loque wrote:
16 Jun 2018
Marco Raaphorst wrote:
16 Jun 2018
I guess the players work as live devices, would be cool though if players could also read from the sequencer.
Erm...they can read from the sequencer, or to be precise, they just receive note informations from somewhere...or do you mean something else?
It works as live input. Can’t read ahead.

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Faastwalker
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Post 21 Jun 2018

This looks extremely, extremely cool ;)


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antic604
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Post 21 Jun 2018

Faastwalker wrote:
21 Jun 2018
This looks extremely, extremely cool ;)

LOL, are we even needed anymore to write music? ;) :D

But yeah, looks very cool!
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Post 21 Jun 2018

It puzzles me why users with v9.5 can't get new players. I mean, 9.5 already has players built in .
This RND didn't hit the shop at this present post, will it be for the 10.x only ?

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Post 21 Jun 2018

Noise wrote:
21 Jun 2018
It puzzles me why users with v9.5 can't get new players. I mean, 9.5 already has players built in .
This RND didn't hit the shop at this present post, will it be for the 10.x only ?
There was an SDK update in 10.1 which allowed 3rd parties to build Players. Before that, we only had Players from Propellerhead. There are also new functionalities in the SDK, Players now have cables in the back, etc.
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Post 21 Jun 2018

Noise wrote:
21 Jun 2018
It puzzles me why users with v9.5 can't get new players. I mean, 9.5 already has players built in .
This RND didn't hit the shop at this present post, will it be for the 10.x only ?
Gotta pay to play :D

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Noise
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Post 21 Jun 2018

antic604 wrote:
21 Jun 2018
Noise wrote:
21 Jun 2018
It puzzles me why users with v9.5 can't get new players. I mean, 9.5 already has players built in .
This RND didn't hit the shop at this present post, will it be for the 10.x only ?
There was an SDK update in 10.1 which allowed 3rd parties to build Players. Before that, we only had Players from Propellerhead. There are also new functionalities in the SDK, Players now have cables in the back, etc.
ok, it's fair enough : D

Gotta pay to play and play to get pay!
That would be nice indeed! :D

Still holding my upgrade!

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challism
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Post 21 Jun 2018

EdGrip wrote:
16 Jun 2018
I think at this point Propellerhead just need to accept the inevitable and give you a job.
Rob (Lectric Panda) on the Prop payroll? HELL YEAH! I would love that!! He's got my vote... if I had a vote.

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Post 21 Jun 2018

WHEN?

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Post 21 Jun 2018

ljekio wrote:
16 Jun 2018
I thought about a device in which an array of randomized parameters is sent by CV to EMI and through midi loopback was returned to selected device.
Even earlier I did this in the NI Reaktor, but it turned out to be inconvenient.
electrofux wrote:
16 Jun 2018
Randomizing Parameters is something that could be easily done with Remote for certain control surfaces.
I did this ages ago.. this is the latest.





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Post 21 Jun 2018

guitfnky wrote:
21 Jun 2018
WHEN?
Yes, good question! :mrgreen:
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bxbrkrz
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Post 21 Jun 2018

challism wrote:
21 Jun 2018
EdGrip wrote:
16 Jun 2018
I think at this point Propellerhead just need to accept the inevitable and give you a job.
Rob (Lectric Panda) on the Prop payroll? HELL YEAH! I would love that!! He's got my vote... if I had a vote.
Hell no. A panda is much happy roaming free in its bamboo forest than locked in board meetings. :cool:

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kuhliloach
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Post 21 Jun 2018

love this - even if I don't use it for music making it will be very valuable for therapeutic purposes

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Marco Raaphorst
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Post 21 Jun 2018

Faastwalker wrote:
21 Jun 2018
This looks extremely, extremely cool ;)

really nice!!!

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Post 21 Jun 2018

On a somewhat related tangent... many many years ago (like 10+) there was a freeware .exe floating around that generated random Subtractor patches. My memory is fuzzy because I only used it a couple of times, but I think it somehow interacted with an open instance of Subtractor, so you could audition/tweak the patches as they were generated. I also believe it had the ability to freeze selected parameters.

It would be pretty awesome to have such a utility for all of the Reason devices.
wreaking havoc with :reason: since 2.5

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Faastwalker
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Post 21 Jun 2018

....... I thinking this must be imminent following the video. I keep watching the video. It's really cool. Feel like I'm sold before I know much about this or how much it will cost.

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manisnotabird
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Post 22 Jun 2018

Anyone able to reverse engineer what this is actually doing from that video?

seqoi
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Post 22 Jun 2018

manisnotabird wrote:
22 Jun 2018
Anyone able to reverse engineer what this is actually doing from that video?
It is generating random midi notes of various length and pitches. And it align to scale (with Scales player). It is simple yet it can be complicated.

What i want to ask is there a way to record these generated notes somewhere on a separate track? I guess with some routing?

I mean imagine you tweak something perfect and you like generated outcome yet it will not be the same ever again. Having that record on seaprate track at least ensure that you can use that midi sequence for later-

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Post 22 Jun 2018

seqoi wrote:
22 Jun 2018
What i want to ask is there a way to record these generated notes somewhere on a separate track? I guess with some routing?
It's a Player device, so the standard "Send to track" button should work (write the MIDI notes to sequencer clip) - you can see it in the video in the upper-right corner.
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Post 22 Jun 2018

guitfnky wrote:
21 Jun 2018
WHEN?
Hopefully soon. Things are pending approval right now, but I think there might be a holiday. Maybe early next week?

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Post 22 Jun 2018

rcbuse wrote:
22 Jun 2018
guitfnky wrote:
21 Jun 2018
WHEN?
Hopefully soon. Things are pending approval right now, but I think there might be a holiday. Maybe early next week?
Ok, I'll stop refreshing now.

tx
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antic604
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Post 22 Jun 2018

rcbuse wrote:
22 Jun 2018
guitfnky wrote:
21 Jun 2018
WHEN?
Hopefully soon. Things are pending approval right now, but I think there might be a holiday. Maybe early next week?
Can you at least publish the manual or the description that's gonna be there in the shop? I can't wrap my head around what the modes in upper-left corner do? :?

Also - how is it going to be priced? :)
Bitwig 2 // Reason 10 // Cubase Pro 10 @ Lenovo Y730 15'' i7-8750h
my music - https://soundcloud.com/antic604
other stuff - "Psytrance in Bitwig Studio" tutorial

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