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LindenbergResearch NO!ZER Probability Emitter

Variable noise and random generator


LindenbergResearch Vampyr type35 VCF

Sallen-Key type dual filter: Lowpass: 12dB/oct Highpass: 6dB/oct


LindenbergResearch Neo Filter

Neo distortion filter


LindenbergResearch Laika Diode-Ladder Filter

Classic diode driven ladder filter with 12/dB/oct


LindenbergResearch Blank: Logo

Blank panel with Logo and Information


LindenbergResearch Blank: Wood-Panel

Wooden side panel


LindenbergResearch Simple lowpass filter

Simple ladder style filter with 24dB7oct


LindenbergResearch ReShaper wavefolder

Simple wavefolder module


LindenbergResearch Big Blankpanel

Big Blankpanel


LindenbergResearch Blankpanel | Multiple

Small blankpanel extendable to a 2x4 multiple


LindenbergResearch Stereo via polyphonic tool

Converts a stereo signal to poly and vice versa


LindenbergResearch Voltage Controlled Signal Spread

Takes and input signal and generates n- shifted output signals via poly out

LindenbergResearch Alma 24dB/oct ladder filter

Alma 24dB/oct lowpass ladder filter


LindenbergResearch Valerie MS20 filter

Valerie MS20 type 12dB/oct lowpass filter


LindenbergResearch Westcoast Complex Shaper

Westcoast waveshaper with different modes


LindenbergResearch 5 Channel Mixing Amp

Voltage controlled 5 channel mixer amp with dynamic amp curve

MixerVoltage-controlled amplifier

LindenbergResearch Sangster BBD Analog Delay

Voltage controlled BBD Analog time repeater



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