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Is that hexagon thingie included or third party OP1 software?
Do you mean the OP-1 Tombola which spins...you can set the spin rate, the gravity, the bounce and you can open up the edges of the hexagonal Tombola to let the notes drop out. As the notes hit a wall of the Tombola, they fire their sound. You should be able to get some quite random triggered notes. Little bit gimmicky, but in keeping with the fun nature of the unit....Now, where's the stock?!
Wouldn't it be cheaper just to go out and buy an LP by Morton Subotnick? Or am I missing the point??
the ratio of music quality to monetary expenditure ratio is pretty low here - I love experimental noise music, but just because a bouncing ball is controlling a signal doesn't make it worth listening to.
the chaostickit app has a mode like that
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