8 attenuverters with cv control anx x2 signal boost
8x LFO with full CV control and bpm sync
Multi-purpose quadcomparator/wave folder with 4 inputs
1 'building block' for creating binary shift registers
Preset scanner/sequencer for 8 parameters with 8 save slots
BPM clock with BPM sync output for other C/M modules
Clock divider for vcClk
Clock multiplier for vcClk
Free Surface WaterTable
Physical modeling system with a fully analog design
SV Modular Carbon
SV Modular K
K is for Compressor
SV Modular Oscar^2
chowdsp ChowTape Compression
Analog tape compression emulation
scanner darkly Orca's Heart
quad algorithmic sequencer generator
Psy Kick Bass
Psy TZFM Lead
computerscare Boly Puttons
16 momentary or latch buttons with polyphonic output and optional input
computerscare Custom Blank
Customizable, resizable, lovable blank panel. Load your own PNG, JPEG, BMP, or GIF.
computerscare Custom Blank Expander
Allows CV Control of Computerscare Custom Blank GIF Animation
Debugger, poly sample & hold, poly volt meter
computerscare Father and Son Patch Sequencer
Patch Sequencer - 10 in, 10 out patch matrix with 16 scenes
computerscare Foly Pace
Draw a face
computerscare Goly Penerator
Polyphonic constant CV signal generation
computerscare Horse A Doodle Doo
computerscare I Love Cookies
Text-based CV and signal sequencer
computerscare Knoly Pobs
16 knobs with polyphonic output
computerscare Laundry Soup
Rhythm sequencer, pulse generator, text-based
computerscare Moly Patrix
Polyphonic mix matrix
computerscare Oh Peas!
Quad Quantenuverter. Attenuverter, Offsetter, Microtonal Quantizer
computerscare Roly Pouter
computerscare Soly Pequencer
Sequentially step through the channels of a polyphonic signal.
computerscare Stoly Fick Pigure
Draw a stick figure
computerscare Toly Pools
Polyphonic toolset including rotator, number-of-channels selector
Count Modula Attenuator
Dual attenuator with attenuverting option
Count Modula Attenuverter
Count Modula Binary Comparator
Compares two binary words
Count Modula Boolean OR Gate
4 input boolean OR/NOR gate
Count Modula Boolean XOR Gate
4 input boolean XOR/XNOR gate
Count Modula Burst Generator
Generates bursts of 1-16 pulses whenever a trigger is received at the trigger input
Count Modula Clocked Random Gate CV Expander
Generates CV based on the state of the random gates
Count Modula Clocked Random Gate Logic Expander
Logical processing of the gates from the Clocked Random Gates module
Count Modula Clocked Random Gates
Generates a set of 8 synchronised gates and triggers
Count Modula Comparator
Compares the input signal with either an internal or external threshold value and outputs gate signals based on the outcome.
Count Modula Countdown
Clocked/realtime event counter with 3 digits
Count Modula Event Arranger
A VCV Rack implementation of the VC Clock and Event Arranger published in an article by John Blacet in the Jan/Feb edition of Synapse magazine
Count Modula Fade-in/Fade-out Expander
Adds sequencer start/stop and envelope outputs to the fade controller
Count Modula Gated Comparator
Count Modula Gated Comparator Expander - Gate Logic
Gated Comparator expander adding logical mixing of the shift register outputs
Count Modula Gated Comparator Expander - Random Melody
Gated Comparator expander adding Random Melody output (also works with other sequencers)
Count Modula Hyper Maniacal LFO Output Expander
Individual Outputs for the Hyper Maniacal LFO
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