564 modules found


stoermelder STRIP

Manage a group of modules by using the expander-mechanism, providing load, save, copy, paste, disable, enable and randomize

UtilityControllerRandom

ZZC SRC

Voltage Source

QuantizerUtility

Submarine AO-106

AO-106 Arithmetic Operators

UtilityMultiple

Submarine AO-112

AO-112 Arithmetic Operators

UtilityMultiple

Submarine AO-118

AO-118 Arithmetic Operators

UtilityMultiple

Submarine AO-124

AO-124 Arithmetic Operators

UtilityMultiple

Submarine AO-136

AO-136 Arithmetic Operators

UtilityMultiple

Submarine SS-112

SS-112 12 Input Sinks

Utility

Submarine SS-208

SS-208 8 Irrational Output Voltage Sources

Utility

Submarine SS-212

SS-212 12 Chromatic Output Voltage Sources

Utility

Submarine SS-220

SS-220 120 Chromatic Output Voltage Sources

Utility

Submarine SS-221

SS-221 21 Output Voltage Sources

Utility

Count Modula Gate Modifier

Voltage controlled gate length modifier

LogicUtility

Ohmer Modules Splitter 1x9

Spread incoming monophonic or polyphonic signal upto 9 outputs

MultipleUtilityPolyphonic

stoermelder INFIX

Insert for polyphonic cables

UtilityPolyphonic

cf Variable

Sample & Hold

Utility

cf Algebra

2 signals math

Utility

cf Funktion

1 signal math

Utility

cf Choke

hi hat style choker

Utility

cf Four

4 x solo/mute

Utility

cf Steps

quantiser

Utility

cf Patch

patch bay

Utility

stoermelder µMAP

Add CV automation to one parameter of any module

UtilityController

stoermelder ReMOVE Lite

Recorder for parameter automation

UtilityRecordingController

stoermelder BOLT

Polyphonic logic boolean functions with modulation and sample & hold

UtilityLogicPolyphonicSample and hold

dBiz Transpose

Utility

dBiz Utility

Utility

dBiz BenePads

Utility

dBiz Divider

Utility

dBiz Util2

Utility

AS BPM to delay/hz calculator

BPM to delay/hz calculator helper

Utility

AS BPM to delay/ms calculator

BPM Delay/MS Calculator

Utility

AS MonoVUmeter

Mono VU meter

VisualUtility

AS StereoVUmeter

Stereo VU meter

VisualUtility

AS Steps

3 channel 64 steps counter

SequencerUtility

AS LaunchGate

2 channel signal flow start counter

SequencerDualUtility

AS KillGate

2 channel signal stop counter

SequencerDualUtility

AS Flow

Cut the flow of signals with a switch or a cv signal input

SwitchDualUtility

AS Signal Delay

Delay the incomming CV signal by set milliseconds

DelayDualUtility

AS CV 2 Trigger

CV to Trigger generator

Utility

AS Zero CV 2 Trigger

Zero Crossing CV to Trigger generator

UtilityPolyphonic

AS ReScale

Utility module to convert from one voltage range to another

Utility

AS Multi 2x5

2x5 Signal multiplier

MultipleUtility

AS Merge2x5

2x5 CV Signal merger

MultipleUtility

AS Triggers MKI

Manual CV signal trigger with latch and temporary triggers + adjustable output voltage

SwitchUtility

AS Triggers MKII

Manual CV signal temporary trigger with labeling integrated

SwitchUtility

AS TriggersMKIII

Manual CV signal temporary trigger with editable labeling integrated

SwitchUtility

Bark Trim LFO Hz

Trims top/bottom values on the selected LFO output, without attenuating. Quick access buttons on labels

Low-frequency oscillatorUtilityLogicDualClock generator

Bark Trim LFO BPM

Trims top/bottom values on the selected LFO output, without attenuating. Quick access buttons on labels

Low-frequency oscillatorUtilityLogicDualClock generator


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