1,805 modules found

Valley Plateau


Count Modula Polyphonic VC Polarizer

A polyphonic voltage controlled polarizer


Bidoo vOId

The ultimate mastering tool for Rack. Once plugged in your Rack, you gonna sound FAAAAT. Picture is taken from a very good LP TERA MELOS.


computerscare Foly Pace

Draw a face


Bark Trim LFO Hz

Trims top/bottom values on the selected LFO output, without attenuating. Quick access buttons on labels

Low-frequency oscillatorUtilityLogicDualClock generator

dBiz VCA4

MixerVoltage-controlled amplifier

Sculpt-O-Sound Vocode-O-Matic_XL

31 Terts Band Vocoder with sliders for envelope attack and release time, level and panning



Voltage-controlled oscillator


Bogaudio PEQ6XF

PEQ6 envelope followers expander


Audible Instruments Quad VC-polarizer

Based on Mutable Instruments Blinds

MixerAttenuatorHardware clone

Rackwindows Distance



chowdsp ChowPhaserMod

A modulation phaser


Rackwindows Console

Stereo summing mixer


Bogaudio UNISON

Polyphonic unison voicing processor with detune


Squinky Labs Functional VCO-1

[deprecated] Multi-function VCO with low aliasing


Audible Instruments Mixer

Based on Mutable Instruments Shades

MixerHardware clone

Count Modula Binary Sequencer

Binary counter based sequencer

Clock generatorSequencer

RJModules Split Keyboard MIDI-CV

MIDI to CV for Splitting a Keyboard into Left and Right Hands


Bark Poly X

Merge to polyphonic with mute buttons. When no input channels are connected the mute buttons send 1v or 0v, for use with Level/Pan inputs on Poly Mix.


ML Modules Volt Meter


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