57 modules found


RJModules Filter

A very crude filter.

Filter

RJModules Mono

Take a stereo signal and make it mono.

Effect

RJModules Panners

Mono to stereo.

Effect

RJModules ReplayKnob

A knob which can be recorded and replayed.

ControllerDelayEffect

RJModules Buffers

Delay signals slightly.

Effect

RJModules FilterDelay

Delay with integrated filter effect.

EffectDelayFilter

RJModules Pluck

Integrated ADSR/VCA. Makes a pluck noise.

EffectVoltage-controlled amplifierEnvelope generator


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