2,558 modules found


Mockba Modular Mix Oscah

Mixing waves oscillator

PolyphonicOscillator

Mockba Modular WaveMod Oscah

Modulating waves oscillator

PolyphonicOscillator

RJModules Acid

Rich's take on the TB-303, with two VCOs, a powerful filter, an envelope generator and a pluck!

OscillatorMultipleSynth voiceEnvelope generator

RJModules BPF

Band Pass Filter

Filter

RJModules Buttons

Buttons

UtilityController

RJModules Filters

A collection of filters

Filter

RJModules Notch

A Notch filter

Filter

RJModules Sidechain

A sidechain compressor, used to duck a signal and make pumping sounds.

Effect

RJModules Chord

Generates chords in various positions

MIDIUtility

RJModules Noise

Filtered Noise Generator

Utility

RJModules Playable Chord

Generates chords in various positions, and accepts input via V/OCT with octave control.

MIDIUtility

RJModules Floats

Utility

RJModules Octaves

Utility

RJModules Splitter

Utility

RJModules ChordSeq

Chord Sequencer

UtilitySequencer

RJModules Glides

Glide inbetween values with an adustable time

Utility

RJModules RandomFilter

Hit the button, change the filter.

FilterEffect

RJModules Splitters

Utility

RJModules Volumes

Utility

RJModules Displays

Display values digitally

Utility


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