Stochastic Telegraph BASICally
Generate sequences or perform math on inputs with a simple BASIC-like language.
Stochastic Telegraph Drifter
Varying linear function generator. Makes sequences that change in small (or large) ways. A line defined by X/Y points, each doing a random walk.
Stochastic Telegraph Fermata
Write much longer text notes, and various sizes of labels. Fermata is resizable, scrolls, has font and color choices, and more.
Stochastic Telegraph Fuse
Counts triggers and blocks/allows a signal after hitting a limit. Useful for timed composition changes, simulating components that break with overuse, or scaling a value based on the number of triggers.
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