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RCM CV Toggle

A labelled toggle switch, outputs 0V or 10V


RCM CV Momentary

A labelled button, outputs 0V or 10V


RCM CV Sliders 0 to 10

4 CV sliders, outputs 0V to 10V


RCM CV Knob -5 to 5

CV knob, outputs -5V to 5V


RCM CV Knob 0 to 10

CV knob, outputs 0V to 10V



Dirty unstable reverb


RCM Duck

Basic audio ducking


RCM SEQ Adapter

Nord style reset for syncing simple sequencers


RCM Sync

Simplified Nord style reset for syncing simple sequencers


RCM Poly Noise

Polyphonic white noise output. Polyphony matches src input


RCM Piano Roll

Simple Piano Roll for sequencing



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Author: RCM

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License: GPL-2.0-or-later

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