Quad mono-to-poly sequential note splitter with common outputs—helps preserve envelope tails.
Three windowed comparators with common input.
Quad voltage-controlled amplifier.
Polyphonic push-button switches.
Four ratioed bipolar sine LFOs with common primary frequency input.
Captures polyphonic min/max peaks.
Polyphonic logic gates. (Gates also include two single-input modes: apply across all A channels, and invert all B channels.)
Triple voltage-controlled amplifier.
Three individual bipolar sine LFOs with separate frequency inputs.
Poly-to-poly splitter with visual selection of channel split points.
8-channel polyphonic split.
8-channel polyphonic merge.
Quad independent variable sample-delay buffers.
Poly-to-poly Merge and Resplit back to the same channel widths.
Polyphonic hard clipper and visual clip monitor.
Mono-to-poly sequential note splitter—helps preserve envelope tails.
4-channel polyphonic merge and split.
Grande Microtonal Notes
Microtonal octal note generator.
Grande Microtonal Chords
Microtonal quad chord generator.
Additional scales for Quant.
Provides multiple sample delay options.
Grande Quant Intervals
Microtonal quantizer based on pitch intervals.
Quantizer with equi-likely notes mode.
Microtonal note utility.
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