27 modules found


VCV Ride

Drum

VCV Crash

Drum

VCV Open Hat

Drum

VCV Closed Hat

Drum

VCV Clap

Drum

VCV Rim

Drum

VCV Tom

Drum

VCV Snare

Drum

VCV Kick

Drum

VCV Drum Machine

DrumMixer

VCV Host-Gate

MIDI note gate output expander for all Host modules

ExternalMIDI

VCV Host-CC

MIDI CC output expander for all Host modules

ExternalMIDI

VCV Host-CV

MIDI output expander for all Host modules

ExternalMIDI

VCV Sound Stage

Reverb processor that simulates virtual sound sources and microphones in a 3D room

Reverb

VCV Chords

Quad-note chord generator

SequencerPolyphonic

VCV Console

8-channel stereo master mixer

Mixer

VCV Pulse Matrix 16

Grid-based trigger sequencer

Sequencer

VCV Pulse Matrix 8

Grid-based trigger sequencer

Sequencer

VCV Host

VST instrument plugin host

ExternalPolyphonic

VCV Host-FX

VST effect plugin host

ExternalPolyphonic

VCV Host-XL

Expanded VST instrument/effect plugin host

ExternalPolyphonic

VCV Octal Router

Sequential switch matrix

SequencerSwitch

VCV Router 1:4

Sequential switch

SequencerSwitch

VCV Router 4:1

Sequential switch

SequencerSwitch

VCV Spectra

16-band spectral designer

VocoderFilterEqualizer

VCV Parametra

Parametric filter designer

FilterVisual

VCV Scalar

Quantizer and scale tuner

Quantizer

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  • Restart Rack and add the new module(s) to your patch.

All plugins on the VCV Library are available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. The “major” version (i.e. vMAJOR.MINOR.REVISION) must match between Rack and its plugins. For example, Rack v1.* can only load v1.* plugins.

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Notes

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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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