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Take a look at Manic, a free VSTi that seems to do just what you are asking for: Description from website: manic is an 8 slot random sample player where you decide the samples, but manic decides when to play them. Samples are triggered according to their probability, on a tempo sync pattern. Also allows for randomising of volume, pitch, pan, delay,...


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Ohmicide from Ohm Force is specifically made to provide over-the-top distortion effects. Available as 32/64-bit Audio Unit, VST, and RTAS.


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Ok, the trick was to find the ID in reverse, as explained here: https://www.soundonsound.com/sound-advice/resolving-vst-plug-conflicts So if you want to duplicate your AU/VST (I only tested VST, but AU should work the same I suppose), follow this: -find the ID of your plug-in, I used MuLab (load the plugin, right click and "Show info"). Also get the name ...


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I haven't tried their VSTs so can't guarantee they work in Logic but in theory they should work in any VST host (any DAW that supports VST)


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Electret condenser microphones will deliver output even without plugin power. Really, really bad, low-gain high-noise output. So you better make sure that the plugin power is actually switched on. Depending on your audio hardware and your operating system, there may be utilities for controlling the plugin power, and of course the simplest way to be sure ...


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Illformed.org have a bunch of glitch plug-ins available. you could also look at Izotope Vinyl which was recently re-released as a free plug-in for some vintage clicks, pops and warmth.


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Absynth's Aetherizer effect module is a Granular effect module that can has a lot of these features including randomization and Surround Panning. You can assess whether this will work for you, but some features include: Predelay: 0.1-500ms, Random Rate: 20hz - 1000hz (E.g. @20hz a whole 1 sec sample will be reconstructed with 20 grains), Random Duration 0 - ...


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The only real-time plugin that would come even close to what you're wanting would be a granular plugin. Granular plugins give you the ability to modify the cycling speed and randomization of each grain, unfortunately, I do not know of a granular plugin that lets you independently choose the pitch of each interval. This may be something you have to do ...


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If you are referring to Phantom Power (+48V) yes you could drive two off a single jack but you should NOT be connecting two microphones to a single input. This will cause problems when you go to record. Inputs (on recorders) are generally designed to see a single device, if you want to use 2 mics you will need two inputs. If you post an edit of what it is ...


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