467 modules found


SynthKit And

Logical Bitwise And

UtilityLogic

SynthKit Or

Logical Bitwise Or

UtilityLogic

Frank Buss Formula

Formula for CV and audio

UtilityPolyphonic

Bacon Music PolyGenerator

Generate test polyphonic midi-like sequences

UtilityPolyphonic

Amalgamated Harmonics Fifths and Fourths

An implementation of the Circle of Fifths

Utility

Amalgamated Harmonics MuxDeMux

Multiplexer/Demultiplexer for polyphonic cables

UtilityPolyphonic

DHE Modules Func

A knob with a selectable range to offset or scale its input signal

Utility

DHE Modules Func 6

A chain of knobs with selectable ranges to offset and scale input signals

Utility

DHE Modules Ranger

A modulatable knob with an adjustable, modulatable range

Utility

DHE Modules Tapers

A pair of modulatable knobs with adjustable, modulatable tapers

DualUtility

Bacon Music SampleDelay

A tiny number of sample delay

UtilityPolyphonic

VCV Sequential Switch 1 to 4

Routes 1 input to one of 4 outputs

UtilityPolyphonic

VCV Sequential Switch 4 to 1

Routes one of 4 inputs to 1 output

UtilityPolyphonic

VCV Split

Splits a polyphonic cable into multiple monophonic cables

PolyphonicUtility

VCV Merge

Combines multiple monophonic cables into a polyphonic cable

PolyphonicUtility

VCV Sum

Sums all channels of a polyphonic cable

PolyphonicUtility


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