Add CV automation to one parameter of any module
stoermelder ReMOVE Lite
Recorder for parameter automation
A handy Keyboard with CV/Gate outputs
Holonic Systems Holonic Source
Integrates with the Holon.ist iOS app and outputs CV control signals to VCV Rack
Sonus Dept. Ctrl
Sonus Dept. Pusher
One knob to drive all! (10 CV knob)
multi value sequencer
Count Modula Mute
A voltage controlled mute
Count Modula Manual CV Generator
A simple dual manual CV generator offering +/- 10V with both coarse and fine controls
Count Modula Manual Gate
A manually triggered gate generator offering a number of simultaneous gate and inverted gate outputs
Count Modula Mute-iple
A dual 4-way/ Single 8 way mutable multiple
Ring modulatorVoltage-controlled amplifierPolyphonicAttenuatorControllerMixerQuad
2D random-walk and X/Y controller
Button controlled gates / triggers
Alikins Hovered Value
Display and output the value of the currently hovered widget
Alikins Inject Value
Inject value into param under cursor
RCM CV Toggle
A labelled toggle switch, outputs 0V or 10V
RCM CV Momentary
A labelled button, outputs 0V or 10V
RCM CV Sliders 0 to 10
4 CV sliders, outputs 0V to 10V
RCM CV Knob -5 to 5
CV knob, outputs -5V to 5V
RCM CV Knob 0 to 10
CV knob, outputs 0V to 10V
Add CV automation to 32 parameters of any module
Generate CV from any parameter change of any module
Dual-channel tactile-inspired controller
Chainable one octave keyboard controller
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- Open the “Library” menu in Rack, click “Update all” (if updates are needed), and restart Rack once downloaded.
- Right-click an empty rack space to launch Rack’s module browser to add a module to your patch.
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