a rpre/post-processing switch
Questionable Modules Discombobulator
Randomly switches inputs and outputs
Questionable Modules Nandomizer
Randomly switches inputs
Regen Modular Const
Four-channel DC voltage generator.
Regen Modular Quan
Note quantizer with even and uneven distribution modes.
Regen Modular XFade
Linear crossfader for blending between two input signals.
Psycho visualizer, shown in an embedded display. Based on ProjectM, this module uses MilkDrop/Winamp presets.
2D Affine transform of 2 input signals
2D Rotation of 2 input signals
Hora Frequency Divider
Sha#Bang! Modules Random Gate Switch
Randomly routes one of 4 inputs to the output
Sha#Bang! Modules Random Route Switch
Randomly routes one input to 4 possible outputs
Shape section gate and trigger generator for ShapeMaster PRO
8-channel merge for SM-Pro CVs
8 buffered toggle switch router, plus warnings to use with led midi controllers
64 selectable stages shift register
Stereo 2>1 switch, 1>2 router, 2 signal swapper, mute, flip flop, toggle gate
Sonus Dept. Bymidside
Sonus Dept. Ctrl
Sonus Dept. Harmony
Sonus Dept. Multimulti
Sonus Dept. Paramath
Comparing and Maths
Sonus Dept. Pusher
Sonus Dept. Twoff
Sparkette's Stuff Color Wheel
Converts a color from HSV format to RGB values.
Sparkette's Stuff Note Classifier
Classifies the pitch of an incoming note (C, D, etc.) and turns on a different output for each pitch.
Sparkette's Stuff Polyphonic Repeater
Converts a monophonic signal to a polyphonic signal where all channels have the same value. Outputs up to four copies of the polyphonic signal, because I had room for extra ports so why not?
Turing Machine inspired polyphonic sampler/sequencer
Polyphonic stereo spreader and summer
Stochastic Telegraph BASICally
Generate sequences or perform math on inputs with a simple BASIC-like language.
Stochastic Telegraph Fermata
Write much longer text notes, and various sizes of labels. Fermata is resizable, scrolls, has font and color choices, and more.
Stochastic Telegraph Fuse
Counts triggers and blocks/allows a signal after hitting a limit. Useful for timed composition changes, simulating components that break with overuse, or scaling a value based on the number of triggers.
Studio Six Plus One Duffy
Transposes incoming voct, the amount increased by a set number of semitones, can be used to traverse the circle of fifths
Studio Six Plus One LaLa
Two way cross over
Studio Six Plus One LalaStereo
Stereo two way crossover
Studio Six Plus One PatchNotes
Slimline text area for making patch notes
Studio Six Plus One Thru
Thru module with assignable labels
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