Stochastic Trigger Distributor

Randomly divert trigger pulses amongst connected output jacks, up to 6 of them, each with individually assigned odds. It’s great for randomizing variations on drums, for experimental clocking, and for generally spraying randomness across a patch.

If you leave the trigger input unconnected, an internal clock (set via its BPM dial) kicks in to distribute random triggers to any connected jacks. A once button can be pressed to prevent any output from being selected twice in a row. Orange odds dials allow you to create a distribution which favors or disfavors any output jacks, and their likelihoods can be modulated individually (by default, they follow a bell curve favoring the center jacks). Disconnected jacks are left out of the random selection process, but they can be connected to a dead end if you’d like the occasional dropout.

The input is designed to work with triggers, gates, or even audio (any signal with a positive zero-crossing).

The Stochastic Trigger Distributor is an efficient way to scatter pulses to multiple destinations.