Device Details

Device Overview

Name/Version: Random Note Delay 1.1
Author: happytosh  
Description: Simple device that delays up to 32 notes at once, randomly from 0 to 127 milliseconds.

Useful for realtime de-quantisation:

- When you are using Repeat on Push
- When you are using the Arpeggiator
- If you want to loosen up quantisation in MIDI-clips.

If you are still using my old "Random Midi delay" please delete it! This does the same thing but has been completely rebuilt and cleaned up :)

Device Details

Downloads: 3461
Tags effect, utility, push
Live Version Used: 9.6
Max Version Used: 7.1.0
Date Added: Jan 30 2016 12:08:38
Date Last Updated: Nov 25 2020 13:10:15
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Device Type: midi_device
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Device Files

Device File: Random Note Delay.amxd


Hi there,

does this work with push 2? Sounds rad...

hey! yes it works with Push 2. Works with all MIDI in fact!

Hey, thanks for this really useful and simple device! I'm having some problems with it ever since I upgraded to High Sierra though (I think...not sure if it's related...). Every time I do a render, the device stops outputting notes (so no output for that track on the render and no output after that). I have to load the device again for it to work again. Would it be possible to fix this? :)


really useful thanks

So good! Thankyou

This is a genius device! Thank you! However it seems to have a max of around 8 voices?
Would be nice if it went to 16 or 32 voices max
Also there seems to be a problem when adding notes on top of a chord. For instance playing a chord and then adding notes while the chord is being held

I just tested the one I've got here and it seems to be doing max 16 notes. Should be doing 32. I'm not doing Max these days, but I'll upload the one I have in case the one here is outdated.

Also make sure the instrument you are using is set to a higher number of voices than 8!

Many are default at 6, like Operator and Sampler.

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