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Random Inverter

Randomly Inverts the Input Signal

(7 Votes)
1.0 (Updated 13 years ago)
November 02, 2007
Reaktor 5 or lower


Based on an instrument Steven Cook made for cSound. The Random Inverter randomly inverts the input signal at the zero crossing (hopefully). There are controls to change the frequency by which this random inversion occurs, the mix level of the input or inverted signal into the output, and modulation amount control of said level control. Enjoy.

-Jenkins Jenkins


Ashley Marians
13 years ago
i am using it on the output of an oscillator and it gives a different variation on sound shaping