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27 modules in plugin

VCV VCO-1

Voltage-controlled oscillator

OscillatorPolyphonic

VCV VCO-2

Voltage-controlled oscillator

OscillatorPolyphonic

VCV VCF

Voltage-controlled filter

FilterPolyphonic

VCV VCA-1

Voltage-controlled amplifier

Voltage-controlled amplifierPolyphonic

VCV VCA-2

Voltage-controlled amplifier

Voltage-controlled amplifierDualPolyphonic

VCV LFO-1

Low-frequency oscillator

Low-frequency oscillatorPolyphonic

VCV LFO-2

Low-frequency oscillator

Low-frequency oscillatorPolyphonic

VCV Delay

Delay

VCV ADSR

Generates an envelope with Attack/Decay/Sustain/Release

Envelope generatorPolyphonic

VCV Mixer

Mixes 4 signals with built-in VCAs

MixerVoltage-controlled amplifierPolyphonic

VCV 8vert

Attenuverts 8 signals or creates constant voltages

AttenuatorPolyphonic

VCV Unity

Mixes or averages signals with unity gain

MixerUtilityDual

VCV Mutes

Toggles up to 10 signals

SwitchPolyphonic

VCV Pulses

Generates up to 10 trigger and gate signals

Switch

VCV Scope

Inspect waveforms with an oscilloscope

VisualPolyphonic

VCV SEQ-3

3-channel 8-step sequencer also with gate outputs

Sequencer

VCV Sequential Switch 1

Routes an input to one of to 4 outputs

UtilityPolyphonic

VCV Sequential Switch 2

Routes one of to 4 inputs to an output

UtilityPolyphonic

VCV Octave

Shifts 1V/oct CV by octaves

UtilityPolyphonic

VCV Quantizer

12-note quantizer and scale selector

QuantizerPolyphonic

VCV Split

Splits a polyphonic cable into multiple monophonic cables

PolyphonicUtility

VCV Merge

Combines multiple monophonic cables into a polyphonic cable

PolyphonicUtility

VCV Sum

Sums all channels in a polyphonic cable

PolyphonicUtility

VCV Viz

Visualizes all channels of a polyphonic cable

PolyphonicVisual

VCV Mid/Side

Mid/side stereo encoder/decoder

UtilityPolyphonic

VCV Noise

Multicolored noise generator

Noise

VCV Random

Random CV generator

RandomSample and hold


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Notes

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