Microtonal note utility.
Dual multiple for parameter-mapping
Expander for TRANSIT
Parameter-morpher and sequencer for up to 96 snapshots
Utility for converting mouse-wheel movement into triggers, also handles middle-click of mouse, useful for SAIL
stoermelder MEM for MIDI-CAT
Memory-expander for MIDI-CAT
Dintree V104 Four Vs
Four Channel Voltage Source
Dintree V102 Output Mixer
Four Input Mixer with Pan Pots and Output Level Meter
Count Modula Cable Palette
Cable colour picker
Dintree V100 Scanner
CV and voltage-control source sequencer / scanner
unless games towers
dual fader bank, constant CV source with polyphonic io and mods. up to 16 faders each
unless games room
a rack row arranger that can move complete rows of modules and add empty rows between existing ones for a faster workflow
Studio Six Plus One LaLa
Two way cross over
Dual band spatialiser for high spread and bass mono with VU meter
Dual band spatialiser for high spread and bass mono
FM Operator dx7 style, Sinusoid VCO
Utility for converting hotkeys to triggers, gates and some other special commands
Lunetta Modula Digital to Analogue Converter
Digital to Analogue Converter
Lunetta Modula Analogue to Digital Converter
Analogue to Digital Converter
Utility for jumping directly to 10 locations in your patch by hotkey or using MIDI
Label maker for your modules!
Lock for module parameters
Insert for polyphonic cables for adding offsets in Volt, semitones or octaves (8 channels)
Insert for polyphonic cables for adding offsets in Volt, semitones or octaves (16 channels)
Utility for synchronizing module parameters
Translate increment triggers or decrement triggers in an absolute voltage, especially useful with MIDI-STEP, with slew support
ML Modules Poly Splitter
split polyphonic inputs into two outputs
ML Modules Cloner
Clone a signal to polyphonic channels
LT-116 Linear Transformations
Polyphonic gate splitter
CV modifier, will add subtle drift to V/Oct signals
function mapper expander expander
Count Modula Polyphonic VC Polarizer
A polyphonic voltage controlled polarizer
Count Modula Polyphonic Manual CV Generator
A basic manual CV generator with a range of output voltages
Count Modula Attenuverter
Count Modula gate to Trigger Converter
Nonlinear Circuits Double Neuron
Two Neurons and Two Difference Rectifiers. Panel by Papernoise.
Polyphonic module for modifying V/OCT signals by transposition and inversion
Mockba Modular SMExpL
Split/Merge Mix Expander (left side, no crossfade)
Mockba Modular SMMix
8 Channel splitter/merger with signal mix (crossfade)
Mockba Modular SMExpR
Split/Merge Mix Expander (right side, no crossfade)
Mockba Modular ASSprdr
Multi channel automatic stereo spreader/combiner
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