Tiny Tricks Square Oscillator
A tiny square based oscillator.
Tiny Tricks Square+ Oscillator
Three square based oscillators with detune and sync.
Tiny Tricks Triangle Oscillator
A tiny triangle based oscillator.
Tiny Tricks Triangle+ Oscillator
Three triangle based oscillators with detune and sync.
Tiny Tricks Wavetable Oscillator
A wavetable oscillator where you can record your own waves.
Generate Morse Code gate sequence
Sequencer loosely based on the liquid flow in the leaky faucet
Scratching chaotic oscillator based on https://www.mathematica-journal.com/2013/05/27/using-the-logistic-map-to-generate-scratching-sounds/
Recording sampler for the very short (65536 samples max) loops
An extensive wavetable oscillator that lets you explore and rip apart wavetables in many different ways.
OscillatorPolyphonicSynth voiceWaveshaperLow-frequency oscillator
Compares two voltages
Venom Bernoulli Switch
Randomly route two inputs to two outputs, with built in scaling and offset capabilities
Windowed comparator and rectifier
Voxglitch Grain Engine MK2 Expander
External audio recorder expander for Grain Engine MK2
Brownian bridge from one value to another
Ornstein-Uhlenbeck stochastic process
2 State, 2 Emission Hidden Markov Model
Filter/Oscillator combination based on Rossler Attractor
Oscillator with some mixing capability
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