2,359 modules found

Tiny Tricks Wavetable Oscillator

A wavetable oscillator where you can record your own waves.


Tiny Tricks Random Wrangler

Random generation that you control.

RandomNoiseLow-frequency oscillatorSample and hold

moDllz MIDIpolyMPE

Polyphonic MIDI with MPE mode


moDllz MIDIdualCV

MIDI to Duophonic CV (Lower - Upper notes)



8ch MIDI with MPE mode


moDllz MIDIpoly16

16ch MIDI with Sequencer and Arpeggiator

MIDIExternalMultipleSequencerArpeggiatorClock generatorClock modulator

moDllz Xbender


moDllz TwinGlider

Slew limiter / Glide / Portamento

DualSlew limiterEnvelope follower

SV Modular 4-Pole

Synthetic FX Free Four Pole Ladder Filter


SV Modular State

Synthetic FX Free State Variable Filter


SV Modular Rez

Synthetic FX Free Resonant Filter


SV Modular Comb

Synthetic FX Free Comb Filter


SV Modular Chorus

Synthetic FX Free Chorus Effect


Pfzzz OhGates

Function generator

Racket Science Vector Victor

Phase driven CV loop recorder


Racket Science RSBoogieBay

Volt meter / cable wobbler


Racket Science RSBoogieBayH8

Cable wobbler / poly merger


Racket Science RSMFH

Module From Hell

PolyphonicFunction generatorUtility

Racket Science RSHeat

Note / Octave Heat Map


ZZC Phaseque

Phase-Driven Sequencer


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