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Alternatives to MI Branches?

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On the hunt for another controllable coin flip module aside from Branches, preferably a little bit smaller. Anything comparable out there?
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Ladik has the Dual probability skipper which should be in the ballpark and 4HP:

http://ladik.ladik.eu/?page_id=1649
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You can get a O_C with Hemisphere Suite and use duel "Brancher" if you want.
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Another vote for the Ladik Dual probability skipper. I've got two and they are great.

Also, just for completeness, its way over your HP requirements but the Teletype is great for this kind of thing, and way more obviously
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Modulation (or Random) into a sequential switch that has CV control.
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The random gate generator (left "t" section) in Marbles. :hyper:
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mmpingo wrote:The random gate generator (left "t" section) in Marbles. :hyper:
The only problem with Marbles is, that it needs a steady clock. If you want it to make decisions at a constant rate, it will work, otherwise Marbles will get confused and not behave as wanted.
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Klavis Logica XT is a great choice. Jam-packed logic module including coin/flip flop functionality. 5hp. :)
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disting mk 4 has a LFSR mode that ouputs triggers. it has adjustable probability and does something Branches can’t do- loops as needed.
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jbrandtp wrote:
mmpingo wrote:The random gate generator (left "t" section) in Marbles. :hyper:
The only problem with Marbles is, that it needs a steady clock. If you want it to make decisions at a constant rate, it will work, otherwise Marbles will get confused and not behave as wanted.
Can you elaborate on this? I have Marbles and my understanding is you can feed it a clock or use it's internal...?
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smallstonefan wrote:
jbrandtp wrote:
mmpingo wrote:The random gate generator (left "t" section) in Marbles. :hyper:
The only problem with Marbles is, that it needs a steady clock. If you want it to make decisions at a constant rate, it will work, otherwise Marbles will get confused and not behave as wanted.
Can you elaborate on this? I have Marbles and my understanding is you can feed it a clock or use it's internal...?
Branches generates an output every time it gets a trigger in the input. It does not have to be at a constant rate.

Marbles t-section starts calculating a tempo every time it gets a trigger. It needs this tempo to generate clock multiplications (and jitter time). Marbles will therefore not behave as expected, if you only want to send occasionally triggers (or a rhythmic pattern) to get a value.

If you need new values at a constant rate, you can use Marbles (as well as Branches).

Hope this helps?
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That does help, thank you! :)
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