Nano Modules Random

There’s a new module in the Library: Nano Modules VCV Random.

What’s cooking? Any future collaboration on the horizon?

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What’s the difference here actually?

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Presumably one of them is becoming a hardware module.

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?GUI? … maybe …
:thinking:

It’s a little mysterious. The manual link takes you to their web site, that doesn’t mention it? But seems to be a hardware mfg?

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This is my guess is this as well. Maybe Nano licensed the VCV code for the hardware and there’s a rev share for hardware sales. Good approach if so.

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Almost certainly. It’s branded with the VCV logo, huge no go without permission.

I think (but am not certain) that’s it would be fine to use the source code (given the license). but as @contemporaryinsanity points out, it’s not ok at all to re-use the artwork and branding without permission.

Still nothing about this anywhere?

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Nice!

And now Nano has a quick guide available on their site.

They have added an interesting twist to the stock VCV functionality:

Self-modulation

Thanks to a switch in the back of the module, you can normalize the LIN output to the 4 CV inputs and adjust the amount of modulation for each parameter with the attenuverters.

This adds another layer of randomness to your results, enabling more dynamic and unpredictable outcomes.

I totally missed that feature when looking at the new Nano module in VCV. The feature can be enabled in the module context menu.

I have always been surprised by the lack of public patches that feature the VCV Random. It is a very versatile random source, and I think a welcome addition to the physical Eurorack world.

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VCV Fundamental modules are uniformly excellent.

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i guess it will fit :broccoli:

immagine

This pic says: “I’m planning to receive a large inheritance soon…”

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2 rows are already filled :wink:

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