8 modules found


Valley Interzone

Polyphonic, virtual analogue synthesiser voice complete with a VCO, mixer, filter, LFO, and envelope generator.

Synth voicePolyphonic

Valley Amalgam

Multi-mode stereo signal combiner. Amalgam lets you combine and smash together signals in many different ways.

Ring modulatorEffectWaveshaper

Valley Feline

A stereo, state variable, virtual analogue filter.

Filter

Valley Dexter

A multi-timbral, 4-operator FM oscillator with wavetable and waveshaping capabilities.

Oscillator

Valley Plateau

Lush and bendable plate reverb based on the Dattorro 1997 algorithm.

ReverbEffectPolyphonic

Valley uGraph

Topographic drum machine. This module is based on the original Mutable Instruments (TM) Grids sequencer module. The Map and Density controls explore and control the denisty of many pre-baked drum patterns.

Sequencer

Valley Topograph

Topographic drum machine. This module is based on the original Mutable Instruments (TM) Grids sequencer module. The Map and Density controls explore and control the denisty of many pre-baked drum patterns.

Sequencer

Valley Terrorform

An extensive wavetable oscillator that lets you explore and rip apart wavetables in many different ways.

OscillatorPolyphonicSynth voiceWaveshaperLow-frequency oscillator


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