23 modules found


ivy's stuff cricle

Modulates a signal such that it appears to rotate around the listener.

EffectUtility

Magus Instrumentalis Catoptromancer

Inverter

UtilityLogicDual

Magus Instrumentalis Hekēbolos

Integrator

UtilityDual

Regen Modular Quan

Note quantizer with even and uneven distribution modes.

UtilityPolyphonic

Regen Modular Const

Four-channel DC voltage generator.

Utility

Regen Modular XFade

Linear crossfader for blending between two input signals.

UtilityPolyphonic

BB Modules Nodes

Patch Bay

Utility

Hora Frequency Divider

frequency divider

Utility

AS ReCon

Controller helper for ReStepOne, ReStep sequencers

Utility

AS ReNote

3 channel note transposer

Utility

AS ReKey

1V/oct-key keyboard

ControllerUtility

AS ReGate

Gate generator/modifier

DualUtility

AS ReFlip

Random Gate Switch

DualUtility

AS A-B-Y Switch

A-B-Y Switch

SwitchUtility

Vult Flux

Quad Voltage Processor

AttenuatorEnvelope followerQuadSample and holdSlew limiterUtilityPolyphonic

Vult HyperPower

Infinite Power Supply

Utility

Vult Leakage

Voltage Processor

AttenuatorEnvelope followerSample and holdSlew limiterUtilityRandomNoisePolyphonic

Vult Splie

Active Buffer

MultipleUtilityPolyphonic

Vult Bypass

Stereo Channel Effect Bypass

UtilityPolyphonic

Vult Knobs

Modulation Mixer and Macro Control

UtilityAttenuatorMixerDualPolyphonic

Vult Send

Stereo Channel Send/Return

UtilityPolyphonic

BB Modules Mirror

Multi-Algorithm Module

Utility

BB Modules UT

Touch Strip

Utility

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