I hear what you’re saying here, 2 points-
First, I wasn’t suggesting using filtration to modify the audio output of the Noise module. I was suggesting an internal process to allow weighting the random output of the toggled noise to range from having less “big changes”, to its normal random, to finally winding up at higher probability of “big changes”, with less small changes. I wanted to hopefully see the Noise module eventually grow into something even more useful for random voltage generation.
Second, one of the ways the SSP has been marketed as is as a replacement for buying other hardware modules. So, in a sense, the SSP is competing against the general level of complexity and features that other oscillators, LFO’s, filters, and random “sources of uncertainty” have in the eurorack market. At the SSP’s price point, and with it’s hardware’s horsepower, there’s a reasonable expectation the included modules should be more than just basic eventually. And many of them already are, the granular and wavetable modules come to mind as being very advanced already.
At the same time I certainly don’t expect all this to occur immediately either, it takes time to fully flesh out any software platform, and the SSP hasn’t been around as long as the ER-310 or Kyma.
Thanks for the bandwidth!