Plays a random selected chord from a root note (does not have to be in tune). Polyphonic outputs.
Random melody sequencer with special constraints that make it sound more pleasant for the ear
Taking a nap (Distortion)
Filing away at audio (Overdrive)
Autinn 6 Channel Mixer
6 channel mixer with no CV
Bass and Acid synth
Constrain low voltages to zero
Mix signals in uncommon way
Oscillator with harmonics control
Aggresive oscillator. Best for low/mid frequencies.
A 24dB low-pass filter emulating a 4-pole transistor ladder
Oscillator with a sawish sound
Oscillator with rounded waveform
Oscillator with a squareish sound
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