24 modules found


Autinn Deadband

Constrain low voltages to zero

Voltage-controlled amplifierAttenuator

Autinn Imp

Simple Triple Band Equalizer

Equalizer

Autinn Jette

Oscillator with harmonics control

Oscillator

Autinn Square

Oscillator with a squareish sound

Oscillator

Autinn Fil

Filing away at audio (Overdrive)

EffectDistortion

Autinn Digi

Quantizes a signal into discrete steps

UtilityDigitalEffectQuantizerWaveshaper

Autinn Vibrato

Vibrato effect with optional Flanger

EffectDelayFlanger

Autinn Nap

Taking a nap (Distortion)

EffectDistortion

Autinn Oxcart

Aggresive oscillator. Best for low/mid frequencies.

Oscillator

Autinn DC

Outputs DC component of signal

Utility

Autinn Saw

Oscillator with a sawish sound

Oscillator

Autinn Vxy

Random x-y generator

DeprecatedControllerUtilityRandom

Autinn Flopper

Mix signals in uncommon way

Waveshaper

Autinn Flora

A 24dB low-pass filter emulating a 4-pole transistor ladder

FilterPhysical modelingDual

Autinn Zod

Dynamic range manipulator with noisegate

CompressorLimiterDynamicsExpanderDual

Autinn 6 Channel Mixer

6 channel mixer with no CV

MixerEqualizer

Autinn Conv

Converts to and from uni/bi CV voltages

Utility

Autinn Non

Limiter

LimiterDynamicsDual

Autinn Rebel

Plays a random selected chord from a root note (does not have to be in tune). Polyphonic outputs.

UtilityPolyphonic

Autinn Fluencerator

Random melody sequencer with special constraints that make it sound more pleasant for the ear

SequencerRandom

Autinn Sjip

Oscillator with rounded waveform

Oscillator

Autinn Bass

Bass and Acid synth

FilterPhysical modeling


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