A brickwall filter
Diode Ring Modulator
Tunes standard V/OCT pitches to Just Intonation Scales
Expander for editing scripts
CPU friendly polyphonic offset/scaler with polyphonic cv inputs and cv attenuators
Random Deviation Trigger
Generates a polyphonic Scale
Pulse oscillator with alias suppressing
Polyphonic RandomLFO with cubic interpolation
CPU friendly polyphonic stereo 4 pole filter
Random and Hold mk2
Split polyphonic input to 16 output channels
An universal Sequencer with up to 16 play heads and cellular automation
Line segement oscillator with alias suppressing
docB Formula One
A fast script evaluator
Voltage addressable Gate Patterns
4 pole Chebyshev type 1 filter
Komplex Oscillaor using bit logic
Polyphonic stereo signal mixer
ADSR with integrated VCA
A Polyphonic Allpass Filter
Spline wave oscillator with phase input
Genetic Wave Terrain Synthesis
CPU friendly polyphonic steiner parker filter
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