the one line implementation is functionally equivalent to the one on insta actually!

the idea is to use the knob to control probability of which output is chosen. if we just wanted both to have probability of 50% we could just use `> RND 100 50`

. this assumes that random values within the chosen range are evenly spread over time. so then half of the time it’ll be a random number under 50, and half of the time over 50. now if we replace 50 with the knob value scaled to 0…100 we can control this with a knob. so if the knob scaled value is 20 then over time we should get 20% of values under that, and 80% of values will be over that. this was my thinking for the initial script.

but then i realized i don’t even need to scale if i just use the full knob range (which is 0…`V 10`

- and yeah `V 10`

is a handy shorcut for 16384!) and use the same range for `RND`

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