13 modules in plugin

Bacon Music HarMoNee

Bacon Music

Apply musical (major third, fifth, etc...) offsets to CV 1v/oct signals

QuantizerPolyphonic

Bacon Music Glissinator

Bacon Music

Do a constant time gliss over a changing input signal

Slew limiterPolyphonic

Bacon Music PolyGnome

Bacon Music

A poly-rhythmic clock generator

Clock generator

Bacon Music QuantEyes

Bacon Music

Quantize your signals to notes on a 12 tone scale

QuantizerPolyphonic

Bacon Music SampleDelay

Bacon Music

A tiny number of sample delay

UtilityPolyphonic

Bacon Music ChipNoise

Bacon Music

A recreation of the NES Noise Generator

Noise

Bacon Music ChipWaves

Bacon Music

A recreation of the NES oscillators

OscillatorPolyphonic

Bacon Music ChipYourWave

Bacon Music

An 8 bit oscillator where you draw the waveform

OscillatorPolyphonic

Bacon Music Open303

Bacon Music

A rack wrapper around Robin Schmidt's open-303 codebase

OscillatorPolyphonic

Bacon Music KarplusStrongPoly

Bacon Music

An implementation of KS in a module

OscillatorPolyphonic

Bacon Music ALingADing

Bacon Music

A sub-par ring modulator

Ring modulatorPolyphonic

Bacon Music Bitulator

Bacon Music

A sub-par distortion and bit cruncher

DistortionWaveshaperPolyphonic

Bacon Music PolyGenerator

Bacon Music

Generate test polyphonic midi-like sequences

UtilityPolyphonic



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