16 modules in plugin

Grande Clip

Grande

Polyphonic hard clipper and visual clip monitor.

LimiterVisualPolyphonic

Grande Merge8

Grande

8-channel polyphonic merge.

UtilityPolyphonic

Grande MergeSplit4

Grande

4-channel polyphonic merge and split.

UtilityPolyphonic

Grande Microtonal Chords

Grande

Microtonal quad chord generator.

UtilityPolyphonic

Grande Microtonal Notes

Grande

Microtonal octal note generator.

UtilityPolyphonic

Grande NoteMT

Grande

Microtonal note utility.

UtilityPolyphonic

Grande PolyMergeResplit

Grande

Poly-to-poly Merge and Resplit back to the same channel widths.

UtilityPolyphonic

Grande PolySplit

Grande

Poly-to-poly splitter with visual selection of channel split points.

UtilityPolyphonic

Grande Quant

Grande

Quantizer with equi-likely notes mode.

QuantizerPolyphonic

Grande Quant Intervals

Grande

Microtonal quantizer based on pitch intervals.

QuantizerPolyphonic

Grande QuantMT

Grande

Microtonal quantizer.

QuantizerPolyphonic

Grande SampleDelays

Grande

Provides multiple sample delay options.

DelayPolyphonic

Grande Scale

Grande

Additional scales for Quant.

UtilityPolyphonic

Grande Split8

Grande

8-channel polyphonic split.

UtilityPolyphonic

Grande Tails

Grande

Mono to poly sequential note splitter—helps preserve envelope tails.

UtilityPolyphonicAttenuatorVoltage-controlled amplifier

Grande VarSampleDelays

Grande

Quad independent variable sample-delay buffers.

DelayPolyphonicQuad


2.1.1

User manual

Author: David Grande

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License: GPL-3.0-or-later

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