Copies a signal to 8 outputs
Compares two voltages
Gate logic processor
Crossfades audio or CV
VCV CV Mix
Mixes 3 CV signals with attenuverters
Mixes 6 signals
Random CV generator
12-note quantizer and scale selector
Encodes/decodes between mid/side and left/right stereo signals
VCV MIDI to CV
Converts MIDI from an external device to CV and gates
VCV MIDI CC to CV
Converts MIDI CC from an external device to CV
VCV MIDI to Gate
Converts MIDI notes from an external device to gates
VCV CV to MIDI
Converts CV to MIDI and sends to an external device
VCV CV to MIDI CC
Converts CV to MIDI CC and sends to an external device
VCV Gate to MIDI
Converts gates to MIDI notes and sends to an external device
Shifts 1V/oct pitch CV by octaves
VCV Wavetable VCO
Voltage-controlled wavetable oscillator
VCV Wavetable LFO
Low-frequency wavetable oscillator
Generates an envelope with Attack/Decay/Sustain/Release
VCV VCA Mix
Mixes 4 signals with built-in VCAs
Attenuverts 8 signals or creates constant voltages
Toggles up to 10 signals
Inspect waveforms with an oscilloscope
VCV Sequential Switch 1 to 4
Routes 1 input to one of 4 outputs
VCV Sequential Switch 4 to 1
Routes one of 4 inputs to 1 output
Splits a polyphonic cable into multiple monophonic cables
Combines multiple monophonic cables into a polyphonic cable
Sums all channels of a polyphonic cable
Visualizes all channels of a polyphonic cable
VCV Library Instructions
- Download and install VCV Rack.
- Register for a VCV account and log in using Rack’s “Library” menu.
- Add or purchase a module on the VCV Library.
- Open the “Library” menu in Rack, click “Update all” (if updates are needed), and restart Rack once downloaded.
- Right-click an empty rack space to launch Rack’s module browser to add a module to your patch.
All plugins on the VCV Library are available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
The “major” version (i.e.
REVISION) must match between Rack and its plugins.
For example, Rack 2.* can only load 2.* plugins.
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Developers: see Adding your plugin to the VCV Library.
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Prices are in US Dollars.
VCV is only responsible for VCV-branded plugins and does not completely review all third-party plugins. VCV does not provide technical support for third-party plugins. Installing plugins from unknown sources may compromise your computer and personal information.
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