docB Formula One
A fast script evaluator
Expander for editing scripts
A two dimensional additive synth voice
A Polyphonic Allpass Filter
Polyphonic stereo signal mixer
A brickwall filter
4 pole Chebyshev type 1 filter
A stereo polyphonic dc blocker
Diode Ring Modulator
ADSR with integrated VCA
Three polyphonic slider banks with modulation and value grids
applies integer arithmetic to a CV signal
applies integer bit operations to a CV signal
Iannis Xenakis GENDYN Simulation
Genetic Wave Terrain Synthesis with Superformula Curves
Genetic Wave Terrain Synthesis
Generates a polyphonic Scale
A 16x16x64 Trigger Sequencer
Tunes standard V/OCT pitches to Just Intonation Scales
Polyphonic stereo waveshaper using JONG attractor
CPU friendly polyphonic stereo 4 pole filter
CPU friendly polyphonic offset/scaler with polyphonic cv inputs and cv attenuators
Line segement oscillator with alias suppressing
Double Sinus Oscillator
Step/Line segment oscillator with alias suppressing
Classic oscillator with alias suppressing
Pulse oscillator with alias suppressing
Komplex Oscillaor using bit logic
PadSynth with smooth control
Phase driven additive oscillator
Advanced Phasor with Line Segments and FM
Plots a 2D signal
Ratio scaling for FM
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