|Developer||SyS Audio Research|
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n0t0mizor provides a stable and reliable solution to receive MIDI data inside a VST compatible host/wrapper; processes (randomize) the pitch of the notes inside the MIDI data stream according to user defined parameters, and then passes the MIDI data stream, including the processed note information, on to a MIDI-out channel for further usage, in- or outside the VST host. All other parameters are unaffected by n0t0miz0r (timing, velocity, note length, aftertouch etc. will be passed through untouched).
n0t0miz0r was created to provide a simple and fast solution for generating infinitely randomized output,
regarding the pitch of a given note. This is quite handy if you do not have a faulty sequencer or an analog
modular synthesizer with a sequencer option at hand. For '80s-style electronic dance basslines for example,
unpredictable randomness is mandatory. If you press a key on your MIDI keyboard or program a sequence
and send a note to n0t0miz0r, you are ready to start the randomizing.
Note Masking added in V1.1: n0t0miz0r now has a switchable graphical keyboard through which the user can select wich note targets are allowed or removed. This allows for the randomization to be aligned to a chromatic scale. Manual is also updated with examples.