Psycho visualizer, shown in an embedded display. Based on ProjectM, this module uses MilkDrop/Winamp presets.
A single large knob with up to 4 presets and smooth interploation over a specified time.
alef's bits probably not
mute a signal on trigger, based on probability
8 buffered toggle switch router, plus warnings to use with led midi controllers
alef's bits logic
perform logical operations on two inputs
alef's bits math
applies various math operations on two inputs, clamped to +/-10V
alef's bits mlt
two 1:5 polyphonic multiples
alef's bits shift
an 8-step shift register with probability params for each step
alef's bits oct sclr
scales voltage to specified octave range
Compares two voltages
Ahornberg Copy Paste Preset
copy-paste a preset from the module on the left side to the modules on the right side
Select one of 16 sets of 8 fixed voltages, based on a CV input.
From a polyphonic input, when triggered, mute a number of the inputs, based on a probability
Crossfades audio or CV
VCV CV Mix
Mixes 3 CV signals with attenuverters
On trigger, take two samples and interpolate an output
On trigger, out puts a random CV value between two values.
Loud Numbers Loud Numbers
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.
Polyphonic Attenuator / Inverter / VCA
alef's bits polyrand
output a random channel of a poly input with a trigger
Morphing of given or random sequences with turing machine functionality
Utility to harmonicaly rescales pitch from one scale to another scale
Polyphonic push-button switches.
Dual Fixed Voltage Source with GATE
Single Fixed Voltage Source with GATE
Inklen Cable Colour Key
Change the colour of the currently selected cable using your keyboard
Captures polyphonic min/max peaks.
MindMeld M/S Melder
Mid-side splitting and merging for MixMaster, VCV Mid/Side and EqMaster
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