Windowed comparator and rectifier
Surge XT Chow
The Surge XT Chow
Surge XT Neuron
The Surge XT Neuron
Surge XT Distortion
The Surge XT Distortion
Surge XT Waveshaper
The Surge Waveshapers
Creative mono delay with a decimated feedback line.
applies integer bit operations to a CV signal
applies integer arithmetic to a CV signal
Taking a nap (Distortion)
Filing away at audio (Overdrive)
chowdsp ChowTape Degrade
Emulation of magnetic tape that has been degraded by time and use
chowdsp ChowTape Chew
Emulation of magnetic tape that has been chewed up by a tape machine
chowdsp ChowTape Compression
Analog tape compression emulation
Free Surface WaterTable
Physical modeling system with a fully analog design
Distortion at 15 Solar Radii
Mojo Modules Dogs
A doggy drive effect
Primitive bassdrum, also accepts audio input for distortion and waveshaping.
FLAG Tap Dancer
Multi-Tap Delay with Modulation
Waveshaper / Limiter
FLAG Electric Ensemble
Digital effect based on the dynamics of bistable systems
Filter/Oscillator combination based on Rossler Attractor
A warping distortion, developed in collaboration with IggyLabs
Sha#Bang! Modules QubitCrusher
Bit crusher and downsampler with randomization
Truculent analog distortion effect
An emulation of the General Instrument AY-3-8910 chip.
DistortionLow-frequency oscillatorNoiseOscillatorPolyphonicSynth voiceVoltage-controlled amplifier
Analog tape emulation
Mockba Modular Tuube
Simple tube saturator/distortion
Stereo Wave Shaper
Keep CVs in a defined pitch range
Wave shaper and distortion with a VC Panoramic
aridacity Bit Crush
Bit crusher with bit operators
AS SuperDrive Stereo Fx
Stereo Overdrive FX with CV input for each parameter and bypass switch
Hora Vacuumba Free
Simple distortion - cuts signal between levels
Count Modula Mangler
A voltage controlled sample rate/bit depth reducer
Starling Via SCANNER
Autodafe Bit Crusher
A BitCrusher/Reducer distortion effect
Autodafe FoldBack Distortion
Simple FoldBack Distortion module
Alright Devices T-Wrex
Analog bitcrusher and decimator
Blamsoft XFX Grunge
Blamsoft XFX Overdrive
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