Count Modula Polyrhythmic Generator MkII
A set of 8 voltage controlled clock dividers that can be used to generate polyrhythms by clocking and/or dividing at different rates
Count Modula Sub Harmonic Generator
Fatten up a single oscillator with sub harmonics
Lomas Advanced Sampler
Hora Vacuumba Free
Phase distortion oscillator
An attenuator scaling values to an output range.
PO-204 Phase Modulation Engine
PO-101 Phased VCO
PO-102 Phased LFO
Count Modula Mangler
A voltage controlled sample rate/bit depth reducer
Hora Amplitude Free
voltage controlled mixer/inverter/amp
Hora quadraLFO Free
Hora Envelope Follower Free
Starling Via ATSR
Starling Via SCANNER
Multi-purpose quadcomparator/wave folder with 4 inputs
8 attenuverters with cv control anx x2 signal boost
Clock multiplier for vcClk
Clock divider for vcClk
BPM clock with BPM sync output for other C/M modules
Preset scanner/sequencer for 8 parameters with 8 save slots
8x LFO with full CV control and bpm sync
8>1 and 1>8 (stepping) switch in one.
catronomix 1hp blank
May the Light shine forever upon You
1 'building block' for creating binary shift registers
A handy Keyboard with CV/Gate outputs
Autodafe FoldBack Distortion
Simple FoldBack Distortion module
Autodafe Bit Crusher
A BitCrusher/Reducer distortion effect
Autodafe BPM Clock
A Clock Generator with BPM sync
Autodafe Clock Divider
Clock Divider and Multiplier
Autodafe Formant Filter
A nice-sounding Formant Filter
ML Modules OctaTrig
Gate tp Trigger converter
ML Modules Counter
Create Trigger pulses after a certain number of clock ticks
Sonus Dept. Oktagon
ML Modules OctaTimes
8 fold multiplier
ML Modules BPM Tools
detect incoming clock and output voltages for Fundamental LFO and Delay
Sonus Dept. Campione
ML Modules OctaFlop
8 Flip Flops, pre-wired as binary counter
FM Operator dx7 style, Sinusoid VCO
A quantizer for custom, CV-modifiable scales.
Count Modula Comparator
Compares the input signal with either an internal or external threshold value and outputs gate signals based on the outcome.
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