11 modules in plugin

Alikins Gate Length

Create a gate with CV controlled length


Alikins Big Mute Button

A big mute button


Alikins Reference Voltages

Fixed output voltages for -10V,-5V, -1V, 0V, 1V, 5V, 10V


Alikins Color Panel

Control the color of the panel with CV


Alikins Momentary On Buttons

Set of momentarily on buttons


Alikins Shift Pedal

Generate gates on mod key presses


Alikins Specific Value

Set or view voltages with text widget


Alikins Hovered Value

Display and output the value of the currently hovered widget


Alikins Inject Value

Inject value into param under cursor


Alikins Value Saver

Save last used value


Alikins Idle Switch

If a signal goes idle, flip a switch



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Author: Adrian Likins

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License: GPL-3.0-or-later

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