unless games avoider
correct v/oct signals to avoid certain intervals in relation to a chord, inspired by the 'avoid note' concept from music theory
unless games pre-muter
mute signals for 1 second on Rack launch to avoid noise bursts
unless games pianoid
a compact piano for monitoring polyphonic v/oct signals from midi or other sources. includes sustain mode and manual note/chord inputting.
unless games towers
dual fader bank, constant CV source with polyphonic io and mods. up to 16 faders each
unless games SNAKIA
emulative snake game modulator
unless games room
a rack row arranger that can move complete rows of modules and add empty rows between existing ones for a faster workflow
unless games tancor
swinging gate machine based around a parametric binary tree, inspired by the cantor set
unless games piong
unless games mr. chainkov
a markov-chain melody generator
unless games ATOMS
adjustable rotating octa-multi-switch
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