13 modules found


computerscare Stoly Fick Pigure

Draw a stick figure

VisualPolyphonic

computerscare Foly Pace

Draw a face

VisualPolyphonic

computerscare Custom Blank

Customizable, resizable, lovable blank panel. Load your own PNG, JPEG, BMP, or GIF.

BlankVisual

computerscare Knoly Pobs

16 knobs with polyphonic output

PolyphonicUtility

computerscare Boly Puttons

16 momentary or latch buttons with polyphonic output and optional input

PolyphonicUtility

computerscare Debug

Debugger, poly sample & hold, poly volt meter

PolyphonicUtilityRandomSample and hold

computerscare Oh Peas!

Quad Quantenuverter. Attenuverter, Offsetter, Microtonal Quantizer

PolyphonicQuantizerUtilityQuad

computerscare Father and Son Patch Sequencer

Patch Sequencer - 10 in, 10 out patch matrix with 16 scenes

PolyphonicUtilitySequencer

computerscare Laundry Soup

Rhythm sequencer, pulse generator, text-based

SequencerClock modulatorRandomPolyphonic

computerscare I Love Cookies

Text-based CV and signal sequencer

SequencerUtilityRandom

computerscare Roly Pouter

Polyphonic router

PolyphonicUtility

computerscare Toly Pools

Polyphonic toolset including rotator, number-of-channels selector

PolyphonicUtilityAttenuator

computerscare Soly Pequencer

Sequentially step through the channels of a polyphonic signal.

PolyphonicSequencer

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