by CodeFN42
4.7 / 5     (9 votes)
Win32 Win64
RandARP is a MIDI arpeggiator with various randomization features,allowing incoming notes or chords to be manipulated in various rhythmic ways.

All standard arpeggiator parameters like number of octaves, note length and note order are included, but the plugin also offers complete randomization of the velocity, gate, shift and swing parameters. In addition, you can specify a note probability and randomize the note order, the octave order, and the number of octaves. All the randomization features allows you to create more interesting and unpredictable arpeggiated sequences.
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joe the fish May 06 2021
(5 / 5)
May 06 2021
It is a great thing, very inspiring and complex enough to spend hours & hours. Fantastic
Anonymous Jan 02 2021
(5 / 5)
Jan 02 2021
REAPER user too here ; randomizing everything and swing in this arp are both excellent features. RandARP is by far the best arpeggiator I've ever tried, combining both a simple interface with a lot of options.
msea Nov 20 2020
(5 / 5)
Nov 20 2020
Outstanding in Reaper... fills a huge void in that DAW!
Anonymous Oct 10 2019
Oct 10 2019
Can't get it working in S1 either. Tried EVERYTHING. I have set up other note generator VSTs before too.
Monokkult Apr 09 2018
(2 / 5)
Apr 09 2018
I don't really understand where the RandARP Data is send to. Didn't manage to get it to work in Renoise.
JT3 Production Oct 13 2019
Oct 13 2019
I'm not sure but you may have to choose a virtual instrument first as a host in your DAW of choice.
Mike Dec 26 2020
Dec 26 2020
Easy; 1- Load RandARP on plugin tab first instrument slot. 2- On MIDI Routing select the second slot. 3- Switch to the second slot and load a sample or vst instrument. 4- Back to first slot and play a note on keyboard. Done.
Alfred Jan 22 2021
Jan 22 2021
I don't find MIDI Routing