Random Note Trigger/Selection2 + Gain & harmonics Scaling..
Starts 1/1/1958, thru 1/1/2012
There are 4 sub-groups of MIDI performances.
The four music subgroups are:
1) Rhythm section,
2) Layered sound for 16th note runs,
3) English Horn/Flute melodies, and
4) French Horn/Cello, Basses with tremolo; and Cymbal. (Orchestral Tremolo Pad)
The first three groups are controlled by a random percentage of MIDI notes selected for playback. This percentage is modulated by CC20 routed from the selected data track, in this case Average Yearly Melting Averages – Stepped (not smoothed out). There is an exponential scaling of CC20 on input to keep the activity from building prematurely.
The fourth musical sub-group (Tremolo Orchestra) has a single Gain plugin scaled by Smoothed Annual Average Melting values as (the 2nd Gain plugin) - it is not controlled by random note select. Also, not 'exponentialized.'
All four subgroups are then run through Exciters, whose Harmoics percentage is scaled by Smoothed Annual Average Melting.
The first gain plug on all musical subgroups is used to provide a sublte interwaving of emphasis of each of the four musical parts.