Hot Bunny V.2 Is A New West Coast Oriented Random Source Module For VCV Rack

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Matthew Friedrichs released this week his first commercial add-on for the modular Synthesizer. Hot Bunny is a new random source module based on a classic West-Coast design that allows to create organic random motion in the VCV rack environment. In v.2, the developer now added two new modules.

From tempo syncable randoms and wavetable LFOs to uncorrelated, fluctuating random sources, Hot Bunny is your one stop for machine composition. Building extensive and unpredictable feedback patches has never been more fun!

The Hot Bunny Collection comes with three modules steeped in West Coast tradition. Hot Bunny, a truly unpredictable source of modulation fit for any place where a little mystery is needed. March Hare, a tempo syncable source of chaos built to sweep parameters in sync with your master clock. Carrot Patch, a slew of utilities for morphing any input signal with quantizing, wave shaping, and slewing.

Purchasing the Hot Bunny Collection now will give you access to free updates for life at a nice discount! When the full plugin pack is complete it will cost $15. Don’t forget to put your VCV Email in the purchase form so that we can move you over to the official VCV store when it is finished!

Check out these audio demos that demonstrate how Hot Bunny can be used to build self generating patches in VCV Rack!

The only source needed for organic random motion in the VCV Rack environment. Based on a classic West Coast design and updated to be more immediate and user friendly. Hot Bunny will run on Mac, Windows, or Linux.

Hot Bunny v.2 is now available for $7.99 USD and includes free updates for like as the full plugin is not yet finished development. The full version will be available for $15 USD.

More information here: Hot Bunny 

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