21 modules found


MSM CrazyMult

8 way dual output signal router

Multiple

MSM OSCiX

Advanced dual oscillator/LFO with a built-in wave folder

Oscillator

MSM Morph

Variable input morpher with 8 inputs

Effect

MSM Fade

Triple fader module

Mixer

MSM ADSR

ADSR Envelope Generator with modifiable curve shapes

Envelope generator

MSM WaveShaper

Unique wave folder with multiple folding algorithms

Waveshaper

MSM PAN-VCA

Stereo VCA/PAN combination

Voltage-controlled amplifierPanning

MSM Rogue

OSCiX's little brother. Advanced oscillator/LFO with multiple waveform type outputs

Oscillator

MSM Wavefolder

Advanced wave folder with variable symmetry controls

Waveshaper

MSM Mult

Triple independent add/subtract split utility

Multiple

MSM Random Source

Random source that produces variable shape staircase waveforms

Sample and holdRandom

MSM XSEQ

Boolean logic sequencer

LogicRandom

MSM Simple Slider

Dual input VCA/Crossfader slider

MixerVoltage-controlled amplifier

MSM Bitcrusher

Distortion effect by changing the sample's bit length and sample rate

Effect

MSM Phaser

2-20 stage phaser distortion effect

Effect

MSM Noise

Noise generator with white, pink, brown and variable colored noise outputs

Noise

MSM Treasure VCO

Voltage Controlled Oscillator with complex waveform modulation

Oscillator

MSM Ring

Dual ring modulator

Effect

MSM Blank Panel

Blank panel utilizing the MSM logo

Blank

MSM Dual Delay

Two independent delay lines with low/hi pass filters

Delay

MSM MLFO

Low frequency oscillator with multiple waveform types

Low-frequency oscillator


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