4 modules found


TyrannosaurusRu LFSR16

16-bit LFSR sequencer with ability to split for two independent registers

Sequencer

TyrannosaurusRu LFSR8

Fully deterministic sequencer based on 8-bit LFSR capable to produce pseudo-random results

Sequencer

TyrannosaurusRu LogisticScratch

Scratching chaotic oscillator based on https://www.mathematica-journal.com/2013/05/27/using-the-logistic-map-to-generate-scratching-sounds/

OscillatorNoisePhysical modeling

TyrannosaurusRu MicroLooper

Recording sampler for the very short (16384 samples max) loops

SamplerRecording

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