19 modules in plugin
alef's bits simplex & hold
sample & hold module using internal simplex noise source
alef's bits blank 6hp
a simple blank
alef's bits polyrand
output a random channel of a poly input with a trigger
alef's bits noize
random noise generator with duration parameter and 0-10V cv input
alef's bits steps
a simple 8 step sequencer with randomize trigger and eoc output
alef's bits fibb
a clock divider based on the fibonacci sequence
alef's bits oct sclr
scales voltage to specified octave range
alef's bits shift
an 8-step shift register with probability params for each step
alef's bits mlt
two 1:5 polyphonic multiples
alef's bits math
applies various math operations on two inputs, clamped to +/-10V
alef's bits logic
perform logical operations on two inputs
alef's bits probably not
mute a signal on trigger, based on probability
alef's bits polyplay
load and play a sample polyphonically
alef's bits lights
lights turn on when gate is high. 'latch' mode toggles lights on trigger
alef's bits slips
generate random melodies, with optional random offsets each cycle, quantized to a scale
alef's bits turnt
generate triggers when a CV signal changes direction, crosses zero, or both
alef's bits slipspander
expander for slips to enter custom scale
alef's bits nos
a weird noise-based oscillator thing
alef's bits lucc
a clock divider based on the lucas sequence
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