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Re: loop-based installations

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From: "Rainer Thelonius Balthasar Straschill" <rs@moinlabs.de>
> Btw, does anybody know of a (free) VST plugin (or even standalone
> application, though I'd vastly prefer VST) for Windows which generates 
> data based on some algorithms...including random streams etc.?

I think of "talent" @ www.xoxos.net
There is also the ball sequencer from http://www.upland.no/software.html.
You can try also stuff like "musinum", "gbloink" "poodle and flan" or 
"tangent" which are not VST but can transmit on a virtual midi loopback.

I like random events when you can expect graphically an otherwise 
sound. The bouncing ball approach is easy to set-up and can provide a kind 
of repeating pattern. Sounder might be also a solution but is not free.
Bidule has also a lot of module for stochastic generation including ways 
treat your loops on a spectrum basis.