2,166 modules found


Prok Modular Quad Selector Expander

Expander for Drum Modules. Allows quad selection via knob or CV

Expander

unless modules towers

dual fader bank, constant CV source with polyphonic io and mods. up to 16 faders each

AttenuatorPolyphonicUtility

unless modules SNAKIA

emulative snake game modulator

RandomSequencer

unless modules room

a rack row arranger that can move complete rows of modules and add empty rows between existing ones for a faster workflow

Utility

unless modules tancor

swinging gate machine based around a parametric binary tree, inspired by the cantor set

SequencerClock generator

Alright Devices Zzzorb

Four-pole multimode filter and VCA

FilterVoltage-controlled amplifierHardware clone

Studio Six Plus One Zazel

Parameter Controller for fades and LFO

Clock modulatorFunction generatorLow-frequency oscillatorController

Studio Six Plus One Eva

Mixer

MixerVoltage-controlled amplifierPolyphonic

Studio Six Plus One LaLa

Two way cross over

FilterPolyphonicUtilityVoltage-controlled amplifier

Studio Six Plus One Te

Tyrant Expander

Expander

Prok Modular Dual Filter

Dual filters with Band Pass, Low Pass and High Pass

Filter

Prok Modular Micro Mixer

Micro Mixer for 5 inputs

Mixer

Prok Modular Six Square Feet

Six Square Oscillators

Oscillator

Prok Modular Win Win Situation

Pair of Oscillators with frequency and amplitude envelopes designed for drum synthesis

DrumOscillatorSynth voice

Prok Modular Skin In The Game

Single oscillator with frequency and amplitude envelopes designed for drum synthesis

DrumOscillatorSynth voice

Prok Modular Drum Envelope

Three stage envelope (Attack, Decay, Breakpoint) for drum synthesis

Envelope generatorDrum

Prok Modular Overtime

Distortion and Bit Crusher

Distortion

Prok Modular Whistle While You Work

Triple Noise Generator

Noise

Prok Modular Clap Envelope

Special envelope for synthesizing hand claps

Envelope generatorDrum

Prok Modular Shifty Business

Shift Register based random noise generator

NoiseRandom


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