This module sends gate/trigger signals at random when connected to Doepfer A-149-1. You feed the A-149-1 with a clock and this module spits out random gates/triggers each clock advance.
" It makes available 8 digital random
voltages (i.e. only low/high states like a gate signal)."
This module doesn't send out any random voltages, it sent out 10V on random outputs.
But it is very useful for triggering gates/filters/notes at random. I use it often to trigger the gates in my Behringer Multiple/gate Switch, thereby allowing modulation through at random. I also use it with a Logic circuit to decrease the probability of a output going high. For instance I have one output from this connected to an AND gate and another from my clock divider 1/13 output to the same AND gate. This example would giva a probability of an event happening 1/13+1/X.
The randomness of the outputs are fairly even and sometimes if feels like it is running through a chain, but for the most part it does the job.
I'm very pleased with this module and would higly recomend it to anyone interested in Generative systems or daring explorers.
The only downside is that it seems that all outputs are more prone to turning high than low so if you just use this as a trigger it will be firing a lot. So perhaps buy a logic module as well.