267 modules found


Holonic Systems Pantry

Dual CV/Gate Recorder/Looper

SequencerRecording

Holonic Systems Dumbwaiter

8 step sequencer and switch. One could see it as a A-155 / A-154 / A-152 merged into one module

SequencerAttenuatorSwitch

dBiz Bene

Sequencer

dBiz FourSeq

Sequencer

dBiz Smorph

Sequencer

AS SEQ16

3-channel 16-step sequencer with step editor

Sequencer

AS Steps

3 channel 64 steps counter

SequencerUtility

AS LaunchGate

2 channel signal flow start counter

SequencerDualUtility

AS KillGate

2 channel signal stop counter

SequencerDualUtility

ML Modules Evolution

Shift register based random sequencer

SequencerSample and holdPolyphonic

Sonus Dept. Micromacro

Pitch Quantized Sequencer

Sequencer

Valley Topograph

Topographic drum machine. This module is based on the original Mutable Instruments (TM) Grids sequencer module. The Map and Density controls explore and control the denisty of many pre-baked drum patterns.

Sequencer

Valley uGraph

Topographic drum machine. This module is based on the original Mutable Instruments (TM) Grids sequencer module. The Map and Density controls explore and control the denisty of many pre-baked drum patterns.

Sequencer

NYSTHI SQUONK sequencer

sequencer, keyboard, memory, gater, bridger, ratcheter

Sequencer

NYSTHI µSEQUENCER1

16 steps analog style sequencer

Sequencer

NYSTHI µSEQUENCER2

Programmable sequencer (Roland MC-4 style)

Sequencer

NYSTHI 208 5 steps sequencer

Imitation of the Buchla 208 5 steps sequencer from the Buchla Easel

DualSequencer

Count Modula Binary Sequencer

Binary counter based sequencer

Clock generatorSequencer

Count Modula Burst Generator

Generates bursts of 1-16 pulses whenever a trigger is received at the trigger input

Clock modulatorSequencer

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

Clock modulatorSequencer

Count Modula Trigger Sequencer (8 Step)

Quad 8 step trigger sequencer

QuadSequencer

Count Modula Trigger Sequencer (16 Step)

Quad 16 step trigger sequencer

QuadSequencer

Geodesics Pulsars

Neutron powered morphing

MixerPolyphonicSwitchSequencer

Geodesics Ions

Atomic dual cv sequencer

SequencerDual

Geodesics Entropia

Thermodynamic microstate sequencer

SequencerSwitchRandomAttenuator

Bogaudio ADDR-SEQ

Voltage-addressable 8-step sequencer

SequencerPolyphonic

HetrickCV ASR

Analog shift register. Multi-stage sample and hold

Sequencer

SV Modular CV Sequencer

CV Sequencer

LogicSequencer

SynthKit 4-Step Sequencer

4-Step Sequencer

Sequencer

SynthKit 8-Step Sequencer

8-Step Sequencer

Sequencer

Frozen Wasteland Quad Algorithmic Rhythm Generator

4 track Euclidean and Golumb Ruler Sequencer

Sequencer

RCM SEQ Adapter

Nord style reset for syncing simple sequencers

Sequencer

RCM Sync

Simplified Nord style reset for syncing simple sequencers

Sequencer

RCM Piano Roll

Simple Piano Roll for sequencing

Sequencer

Impromptu SMS16

Semi-modular monophonic synthesizer, with 16-step sequencer

Synth voiceSequencer

Amalgamated Harmonics Bombe

A semi-random shift-register chord generator and looper

SequencerPolyphonic

Amalgamated Harmonics Galaxy

Semi-random chord generation

SequencerPolyphonic

Amalgamated Harmonics Ruckus

A trigger sequencer based on summed clock-dividers

Sequencer


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