Seaside Modular Jawari
Jawari is a synthesized version of the tanpura, the Indian drone instrument
Sapphire Tube Unit
Tubular waveguide synth.
Karplus-Strong plucked string implementation
Scratching chaotic oscillator based on https://www.mathematica-journal.com/2013/05/27/using-the-logistic-map-to-generate-scratching-sounds/
AlliewayAudio Series I (3 modules)
Circuit-Bent Newtonian Physics! Can be used a signal woggler, unstable Oscillator / Envelope / Chaos generator, or as a rather crazy audio effect! Warning: This module has a mind of it's own - use caution (and a limiter if you're using it for audio)!
DigitalDistortionDrumFilterFunction generatorLow-frequency oscillatorOscillatorPhysical modelingWaveshaper
Path Set AstroVibe
Three stereo oscillators or LFOs with random waveforms. Explore a universe of unique waveforms.
A band-pass resonant filter, a port of the 4ms SMR MaxQ filter
Free Surface WaterTable
Physical modeling system with a fully analog design
Quantum gravimitator. Imitates a coupled gravity quantum idea. I really shouldn't explain. Just play.
Sha#Bang! Modules Collider
Slime Child Audio Filter+
Expander for LP4 Filter
Slime Child Audio Sub-Oscillator
Subharmonic Physically-modelled Self-Modulating Oscillator
Slime Child Audio Saturating Mixer
Chainable Non-linear Mixer
Slime Child Audio LP4 Filter
Physically-modelled 24dB per Octave Ladder Lowpass
Frequency Domain Dance This Mesh Around
Multi-Dimensional Digital Waveguide Oscillator
Pulse shaper based on the TR-808 Kick Drum circuit
chowdsp Werner Filter
SVF based on a generalized Moog-Octave CAT architecture
Truculent analog distortion effect
Analog tape emulation
High precision delay. Building block for waveguide, Karplus-Strong synthesis, Flanger and Chorus
Studio Six Plus One Wallenda
Karplus–Strong Delay with unison
A multiband band-pass resonant filter, a port of the 4ms SMR
Bass and Acid synth
A 24dB low-pass filter emulating a 4-pole transistor ladder
Multimode tap delay and resonator
Vult Rescomb 2
Resonant Comb Filter
Audible Instruments Modal Synthesizer
Based on Mutable Instruments Elements
Audible Instruments Resonator
Based on Mutable Instruments Rings
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