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The littleBits random Bit has 2 modes: "noise" and "random voltage." In "noise" mode, it outputs white noise, like a television set not tuned to any channel. In "random voltage" mode, it outputs random voltage signals that make oscillators play random pitches.
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Use the "trigger out" connector and "speed" dial of the micro sequencer to set the timing of the random output pulses and use an input Bit like a dimmer to control the range of your random outputs. In random voltage mode, the Bit needs to receive a "clock" signal to change its voltage output. This could be from a Bit like the pulse, micro sequencer, or button.
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LIUE: The littleBits Infinite Uncertainty Engine
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