Randomizer for Ableton Live Operator
To set this up, you'll need to teach Operator the appropriate midi controllers used in Operand. There is an .als file enclosed in the zip which might do this, but you'll need to check if the mapping is ok.
For each element in Operator the controls are on a different midi channel (OSC A is on channel 11, OSC B is on channel 12 etc)
For each controller the value on the left of the green button in Operand is the one you need to change in order for Operator to learn its midi channel.
The purpose of the green button is to allow or prevent the randomize "Go" button from affecting the controller.
(if you turn the button off, i.e. so it is not green, then randomize will have no effect. its value will be held, while the values of the other controllers will change when you hit Go)
There is a brief explanatory note in the Properties of the Operand instrument.
I've a few ideas for improvements. Currently hitting the Hold/Randomize switch for a controller sends a midi event which can change your Operator settings unexpectedly).