Any info on Sparklette's Stuff Modules

There appear to be no manuals or github references for these modules?

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Sparkette is on the VCV discord from time to time.

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I made a tuto on RGB matrix a year ago.

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Definitely share the desire for more documentation/tutorials. A growing collection of intriguing modules, completely foreign and unusable to me.

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Yeah, the lack of documentation can be frustrating. Audio modules of hers that are useful to me and fairly straightforward:

Note Classifier Super useful…what I do is patch the 12 outputs into 12 accumulators to perform a kind of ‘popularity contest’ with some cv signal which is creating chords or melody. After some number of notes, take the most popular note and let that be the key signature for a while. Or the least popular note. Ha, a lot of cables for this and mixed results, but rather fun.

Dual Integrator Interesting for modulation/slew limiting. I use this and Zazel which does something similar. One annoyance is no cv input for Min/Max values, but that’s what uMap is for.

Voltage Range Not dissimilar to Venom’s Poly Unison.

Modules that I haven’t found real use for: Polyphonic Selector, Functions, PolyCat, BusyBox.

Definitely one of the quirkier collections. Along with the maker T. T does have documentation, but it’s not very informative…still trying to figure out how T’s new Sort module works.

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Good stuff, thanks all. Documentation would be great, because they are interesting modules.

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