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SIM Blank

Blank

Blank

SIM Phi

Sequence over a polyphonic input. The sequence properties like glide, start, length, can be modified using expanders.

SequencerArpeggiator

SIM Via

Does nothing by itself. The signals passing through Via can be modified using compatible expanders.

Polyphonic

SIM Arr

An array of quantizable values into a polyphonic signal. Use expanders to add, rotate, insert, remove, or get multiple sub-arrays.

PolyphonicQuantizer

SIM Coerce

Quantize an incoming polyphonic signal to voltages of another polyphonic signal.

QuantizerPolyphonic

SIM Coerce6

Quantize incoming polyphonic signals to voltages of another polyphonic signal.

QuantizerPolyphonic

SIM Spike

Gate sequencer. Modify individual gate duration, gate delay, repetitions, or chance using expanders.

Sequencer

SIM ReX

Generic Input expander for several SIM modules. Modifies start and length of the data inside the expandable.

Expander

SIM InX

Input expander for several SIM modules. Can overwrite, insert or AND or offset data inside the expanded module.

Expander

SIM OutX

Output expander for several SIM modules. Can copy or subtract data from the expanded module per channel or normalled.

Expander

SIM Bank

An expandable bank of 16 On/Off values. Compatible with SIM expanders.

Polyphonic

SIM Tie

A legato

Polyphonic

SIM ModX

Modify Glide, Repeats, and chance for Spike and Phi.

Expander

SIM GaitX

Output expander for Phi and Spike. Outputs current step, step phase, and EOC.

Expander


2.1.1

SIM website

User manual

Author: Dan Sable

Author email:

Source code

Changelog

License: BSD-3-Clause

Last updated:

Created:

Popularity: 5,147

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