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Introducing the C-C-RNG v1, a Random Number Generator, by Christopher Carmichael (DOCs updated to v1.0.1 on 7-16-2021 for typos and clarifications). It is a 64-bit Windows VST 3 plug-in.
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Here's a direct download link at Box.com, or you can use the "Downloads" link in blue to the upper right of here to download it directly here at KVR. For more of my plug-ins and presets, etc. go to the home page of my blogspot website at https://christophercarmichael-plugins-presets.blogspot.com to see what's available. The C-C-RNG v1 is available to download there as well at https://christophercarmichael-plugins-presets.blogspot.com/p/c-c-rng.html
C-C-RNG v1 and DOCs v1.0.1 (Whole package) download from Box.com
C-C-RNG v1 DOCs v1.0.1 (DOCs only) download from Box.com
A little bit about the C-C-RNG v1:
The C-C-RNG v1 has 4 sets of Random Number Generators, each with different ranges.
Just use the "CHOOSE YOUR NUMBER RANGE" up and down arrows to choose your desired number ranges, then press the giant "PRESS here FOR 1-8, 1-12, 1-16, 1-24" buttons to choose a random number, and you will see the big number(s) change right before your very eyes. It's amazing.
I figured everybody should have a plug-in like this, because sometimes, as musicians, we want to get mathematically creative and go with the flow (of life) to create things that were random, and if you don't have a set of dice sitting around your house, you might want to just pick a number off the top of your head, but then, you might get tired of that, or feel like it's not as random, so, out came the idea of a Random Number Generator plug-in.
I hope you all get some use out of it, it will also process your audio track's signal through the standard audio "engine" of a SynthEdit built plug-in, there is nothing else added to that process by me at all. I personally think it has a great sound, it instantly opens up the dynamic range of your audio, it just sounds better than it did previously, at least in my use case, but perhaps there would be some instances when you had such a good quality audio sound that the SynthEdit audio processing couldn't help it any more, and then it might sound bad, but I've never heard/experienced that for myself, so I really can't say for sure if it's actually possible that it would make your audio sound worse.
I guess what I'm trying to say is that (and I've actually learned this one from experience) too much audio processing can make your audio sound "over" processed, but to me, so far, SynthEdit does a great job, but I have yet to try a large amount of instances of a SynthEdit audio plug-in to see if it will degrade the sound quality.
Press the grey button to the left of the word "About" to see the credits for the plug-in, and see where the "EULA" could be online. The "EULA" is included with the plug-in package and may be available as a separate download.
This plug-in supports Parameter Automation, though I have not tested a hardware controller with it. You should know that the Automation for the "CHOOSE YOUR NUMBER RANGE" button will work (most likely, I think) in a way that, when you see your automation line, and there are 4 "real" points of change within it's range, each one of these points (at about 25 percent each of the automation line scale) will correspond to each of the "CHOOSE YOUR NUMBER RANGE" selections, so at 0 percent you get one set of range choices, at 25 percent you get the next set of range choices, etc.. You'll see it happen on the plug-in.
Also, if you want to automate the button presses for the "PRESS here FOR 1-8, 1-12, 1-16, and 1-24" buttons, know that the button ON should be at 100 percent of the automation line, which will trigger the number to change, but the button light will stay ON. So, if you want the button light to go OFF, then do another automation point directly after the first one back to 0 percent, and then you can do it all over again.
The C-C-RNG v1 was made with SynthEdit, using only available modules and settings, not coded by myself at all.
Some graphics were created using the Knobman program, I think by g200k (sorry if this developer name is incorrect, and thanks for the great program).
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Comes in handy when in need of random numbers.
(That's all I wanted to write originally but minimum Review length needs to be 100 characters.).Read Review