NoiseMaker replaces the input signal with noise. The level of noise matches the level of the input signal, allowing you to make interesting rhythms (if you play interesting rhythms into it, that is). Sounds nicer if you run the output through a bandpass filter (not included).
- Range (the lower a value, the more responsive. Below a certain threshold – which will depend on the pitch of the input signal – some characteristics of the input signal will be retained)
- Channels (can perform multiple layers of noisification simultaneously, though empirically speaking this appears to be pointless)
- Mix (dry/wet control)