26 modules in plugin
Plate 18 dB filter. Band pass phased ring mod. Other ins and outs with different order are available. The ring modulation is between a low and high pass for a band pass with harmonics effect.
Time dependant calculus on a summing junction with series truncation distortion. This is complex to explain. Much better to listen and fiddle.
Synchronized delay with shortening. To synchronize with a buffer but delayed by a bar or some other timed quantity.
Exponential VCA and future estimator with error? A very simple utility.
Simple mixer split. Put a signal on another as an insert.
Clock distribution randomizer. Generates a random like sequence of length 64 and depending on the left-most displayed letter outputs a trigger when the clock is high or low.
24 dB morph filter. A 2D interpolation and extrapolation between 4 classic analytic filter responses of Bessel, Butterworth, Linkwitz and Legendre. Includes an inter-pole distortion effect and morphing to the inverse filter.
Gate transposer. Kind of a tuning plug-board for gate triggers.
Triple sequencer. Nice but complex to operate. Try the online help.
Triple parabolic skew feedback oscillator. An experimental module.
Clock to CV generator. Needs MIDI clk, cont, stop and start. Produces a time based CV.
Simple AR envelope with VCA. Nice. Gained modulation out.
Over-sampled wave-folder. A lot of fizz in such a little module.
Quantum gravimitator. Imitates a coupled gravity quantum idea. I really shouldn't explain. Just play.
A set of three attenuverters with mixing. Kind of useful chainable mixer. Includes LPF per channel.
Sample and hold quantizer. Simple.
Crossbar performance switch. Remembers internal routing for performance switching.
All-pass filter and phaser. Has an LFO built-in.
Phase modulation oscillator.
Base gimpathizer. An organ with phase modulation. Bass how low can you go?
Clock divider with downbeat extract.
Compressor with control outs. Has a low pass peaking filter.
The free plugin set from KRT.
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