765 modules found


HetrickCV Phasor Shaper

Processes phasor signals in interesting ways for sequence modification or phase distortion synthesis.

WaveshaperDistortionClock modulatorPolyphonic

QuantalAudio Daisy Mix Master MONO | 3HP

Modular mixer master - legacy

MixerPolyphonic

VCV MIDI to CV

Converts MIDI from an external device to CV and gates

ExternalMIDIPolyphonic

Venom Recurse

Recursively process an input via Send/Return, with built in scaling and offset cababilities

EffectPolyphonicRing modulatorUtility

EnigmaCurry Transport

A DAW-like transport for play/stop/record

UtilityRecording

Count Modula Euclidean Sequencer Expander

CV Expander for the Euclidean Sequencer

SequencerExpander

Bogaudio VCF

Multimode filter

FilterPolyphonic

Bogaudio LVCF

Multimode filter

FilterPolyphonic

Kilpatrick Audio Smasher

Hardware button interface

Hardware clone

QuantalAudio Mixer 2 | Mono->Stereo | 5HP

Mono or stereo 2 channel mixer

MixerPolyphonic

Surge XT ModMatrix

The Surge XT ModMatrix

UtilityPolyphonic

Vult Trummor 2 (Free)

Percussion Synthesizer

DrumEnvelope generatorNoisePolyphonic

Vult Trummor FM (Free)

Percussion Synthesizer

DrumSynth voicePolyphonic

Autinn 6 Channel Mixer

6 channel mixer with no CV

MixerEqualizer

Lunetta Modula 8-bit manual binary values

Manually generates 8-bit binary values

Utility


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