Hey Rackheadz. I’m very pleased to announce updates to my modules.
TrimLFO is based on Fundamental LFO1 + LFO2 with built in offsets that allows you to trim the min/max values of the LFO without attenuation, keeping the original wave intact.
Displays for the LFO Frequency and Offsets.
Offsets which could be patched to other devices.
2v Sine and Square waveforms clamped to their offset.
Crossfade LFO wave output (top output).
Finetune for the frequency. (find them if you can)
Manual reset via “RST” label.
Quick access buttons which set other parameters to their values on labels:
“Sin”, “Saw”, “Tri”, “Sqr”, “Uni”, “Bi”
And the usual LFO features also found in Fundamental.
QuadLogic is based upon Kinks/Utilities Logic section and expands it by 4.
1 Band is a dual mono parametric EQ with a listen switch that isolates the band being processed, you can also swap L/R channels. You can control dynamics with the gain mod positive values increase, negative decrease. The frequency mod (linear) controls the frequency but when connected also disables the knob (logarithmic) from controlling the frequency.
Poly Mix is a polyphonic mixer. Connect the poly from the output on VCV Merge or Poly X to the Audio In and the channels will be assigned to 4 fader channels you can gain access to channels 5-8 with the Ch. switch, 2 aux send/return and stereo pan. Aux are pre solo/post fader so it’s possible to solo an empty channel and get full wet effect. Invert channels at flick of a switch. Level and Pan poly inputs also included (for pan use bipolar signals)
Poly X is like VCV Merge with the exception of sending all 16 channels, You can mute a poly signal or send 1v to something. Different coloured lights indicate if the signal is polyfied(blue), mute(red) or passing a voltage(green). There was an issue with using Merge on Level/Pan inputs on Poly Mix. Disconnected channels for level would mute the previous channels if there was no signal connected, the mute buttons act as a fathom voltage to let the Poly Level input sit at the fader level.
Clamp Similar to what TrimLFO does except can be done with both Audio and CV.
The clamp is applied to the output, Gain/Attenuvert is applied to the input. There is a few buttons that let you snap the knob position on the Attenuverter and you can link the offset knobs together to get an even ±voltage. There is also a button to pad a ±10v(0dB) to -0.1dB
I look forward to seeing what you can all do with these modules. Suggestions and feedback are very much welcome. If you have any issues or find any bugs please don’t hesitate to report through the issue tracker on the GitHub page.