516 modules found

stoermelder CV-MAP

Add CV automation to 32 parameters of any module


stoermelder CV-PAM

Generate CV from any parameter change of any module


Amalgamated Harmonics Fifths and Fourths

An implementation of the Circle of Fifths


Amalgamated Harmonics MuxDeMux

Multiplexer/Demultiplexer for polyphonic cables


JW-Modules Min Max


DHE Modules Func

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


DHE Modules Func 6

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


DHE Modules Ranger

A modulatable knob with an adjustable, modulatable range


DHE Modules Tapers

A pair of modulatable knobs with adjustable, modulatable tapers


Bacon Music SampleDelay

A tiny number of sample delay


VCV Unity

Mixes or averages signals with unity gain


VCV Sequential Switch 1

Routes an input to one of to 4 outputs


VCV Sequential Switch 2

Routes one of to 4 inputs to an output


VCV Split

Splits a polyphonic cable into multiple monophonic cables


VCV Merge

Combines multiple monophonic cables into a polyphonic cable



Sums all channels in a polyphonic cable


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