118 modules found


Bogaudio 8FO

LFO with outputs at 8 different phases

Low-frequency oscillatorRandomPolyphonic

Frozen Wasteland BPM LFO

Beat Synchronized LFO

Low-frequency oscillator

Frozen Wasteland BPM LFO 2

Beat Synchronized LFO with CV Waveshape

Low-frequency oscillator

Frozen Wasteland CDC Seriously Slow LFO

Slow LFO taken to absurdity

Low-frequency oscillator

Frozen Wasteland Lissajous LFO

LFO based on interactions of 4 sine waves

Low-frequency oscillator

Frozen Wasteland Roulette LFO

LFO Based on based on rolling curves

Low-frequency oscillator

Frozen Wasteland Seriously Slow LFO

LFO for modulating CV over *very* long time periods

Low-frequency oscillator

Amalgamated Harmonics Generative

A toolkit of functions intended to support generative music creation

NoiseSample and holdLow-frequency oscillatorRandomClock generator

Squinky Labs LFN

Low frequency random voltage generator

NoiseRandomLow-frequency oscillator

DHE Modules Blossom

Generates a pair of complex, pulsing LFO signals

Low-frequency oscillator

DHE Modules Xycloid

Generates a pair of complex, pulsing LFO signals

Low-frequency oscillator

VCV LFO

Low-frequency oscillator

Low-frequency oscillatorPolyphonic

VCV Wavetable LFO

Low-frequency wavetable oscillator

Low-frequency oscillatorPolyphonic


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