22 modules found


Studio Six Plus One Zilah

14 bit Midi-CC input

MIDIExternal

Studio Six Plus One Farini

Multimode envelope generator and stereo vca, based on CEM3310 AND CEM3360 diy circuits.

Envelope generatorVoltage-controlled amplifier

Studio Six Plus One Thru

Thru module with assignable labels

MultipleUtility

Studio Six Plus One Amburgh

Non Linear Filter self oscillating vcf

PolyphonicFilter

Studio Six Plus One Bose

Multi output random voltage generator, sample and hold with no input, steady or analog style drooping outputs

PolyphonicSample and holdNoiseRandom

Studio Six Plus One Tyrant

Polyphonic Shift Register

PolyphonicSample and holdRandom

Studio Six Plus One Maccomo

Ladder Filter self oscillating vcf

PolyphonicFilter

Studio Six Plus One Mix

A simple 5 channel mixer with non linear characters

MixerPolyphonic

Studio Six Plus One Wallenda

Karplus–Strong Delay with unison

PolyphonicDelayEffectPhysical modeling

Studio Six Plus One IversonJr

Trigger Sequencer for use with midi controller

ControllerSequencer

Studio Six Plus One Duffy

Transposes incoming voct, the amount increased by a set number of semitones, can be used to traverse the circle of fifths

PolyphonicUtility

Studio Six Plus One Te

Tyrant Expander

Expander

Studio Six Plus One Iverson

Trigger Sequencer for use with midi controller

ControllerSequencer

Studio Six Plus One LalaStereo

Stereo two way crossover

FilterPolyphonicUtility

Studio Six Plus One PatchNotes

Slimline text area for making patch notes

Utility

Studio Six Plus One Bascom

Multi form Non Linear Filter self oscillating vcf

PolyphonicFilter

Studio Six Plus One BascomExpander

Multi form Non Linear Filter self oscillating vcf

PolyphonicFilter


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