eZ randoMize

macro that enables you to easily randomize instruments

(39 Votes)
Rick Scott
1.0 (Updated 15 years ago)
1.7kB
March 24, 2004
Reaktor 5 or lower

DESCRIPTION

drop eZ randoMize into any instrument to enable easy randomization of its controls.

make sure to read the info popups!

rachMiel

COMMENTS  (12)

David Coffin
1 year ago
What a gift; tHank yoU!!
Nick Dwyer
2 years ago
F. ME! This is FANTASTIC.
Andy Pink
7 years ago
Absolutely useful and inspired -thank you.
Joshua Rochowiak
11 years ago
you rule
Heath Rezabek
14 years ago
a sort of random comment here... :) i think the thing many ppl misunderstand about generative music is that, if there is a human in the mix, picking and choosing between the results, then everything is not entirely random. random generation of raw materials from which to consciously choose is a pathway to creative bliss. :) we act as heuristic filters for the results; nothing truly random makes it from the generater out to presentation as our work in the world. or something. ;) [btw, rachMiel, this tool rocks. thanks! i will have to opine sometime about my deep desire for an all-in-one wave/table randomizer, since i hate drawing them.] -aqaraza
Kay Wächter
14 years ago
Sorry I should have written "Rick" not "rick" and "macro" not "Macro".
Kay Wächter
14 years ago
I do randomize a lot. It´s a great idea to get a new sound out of the instrument. BUT after this i use my head to get the sound I realy want. So thank you rick. I already used your Macro on my DeX.
Rob Klippel
15 years ago
As someone who is just starting to put together a few V-E-R-Y simple sound generators in Reaktor and someone who has admired many of your instruments I will use this always. (I have not posted any instruments because they are way too simplistic compared to good builders such as yourself..... PROPS!!!!)
Al Watson
15 years ago
randomization is order.....chaos theory.........man.......ouch, stop hitting me........
Cliff Douse
15 years ago
An all-in-one randomisation tool! Thanks for this! :-)
Rick Scott
15 years ago
Is everything about you random? YES. NO. MAYBE ... How do you walk, for, instance? Do you put one foot in front of the other or do you randomise the whole procedure - sometimes standing on the other foot, kneeling, crawling, then Charlie Chaplin-like to the front door where a random selection of keys fail to work - then randomised selection of mumbers on the mobile also fail to contact partner for help. I RARELY WALK OR MOVE FROM MY CHAIR. 18 HOURS/DAY I PECK RANDOMLY AT MY KEYBOARD. SOMETIMES CHAOS/GIBBERISH ENSUES. OTHER TIMES I FIND THAT I HAVE WRITTEN AN ARTICLE ON THE 4/4 EPIDEMIC OR THE COMPOSITIONAL EVIL THAT IS LOOPING. OTHER TIMES I END UP WITH A REAKTOR ENSEMBLE. (THAT IS, I HEAR, HOW LAZYFISH CREATED HEISHERE.) Are you random at breakfast dinner and tea or only one - randomised 33 percent of the time or a 100? IT DEPENDS, SILLY! I MAKE SURE TO CHANGE MY SETTINGS RANDOMLY. Do you randomise body functions? .... NOW YOU’RE GETTING A BIT PERSONAL. LET’S JUST SAY THAT I’M READY FOR ANYTHING WHEN I JOURNEY INTO THE BATHROOM. Do you have to? THE ONLY THING I *HAVE TO* DO IS DRINK DARJEELING TEA, TWICE A DAY. ( er...we love you Mr Random!) THAT’S DOKTOR RANDOM TO YOU, MASTER HOPPER.
Kevin Hopper
15 years ago
Is everything about you random? How do you walk, for, instance? Do you put one foot in front of the other or do you randomise the whole procedure - sometimes standing on the other foot, kneeling, crawling, then Charlie Chaplin-like to the front door where a random selection of keys fail to work - then randomised selection of mumbers on the mobile also fail to contact partner for help. Are you random at breakfast dinner and tea or only one - randomised 33 percent of the time or a 100? Do you randomise body functions? ....Do you have to? ( er...we love you Mr Random!)
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