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Post  jobromedia on Fri Jul 08, 2011 1:23 am

Right now we have just 1 randomization to use. But what if we had 16, or maybe even 32 different randomizations to use? Double them with 16/32 mono and poly randomizations. The result is a whole lot more flexibility when it comes to patch design.


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