Many people here have probably seen this site before, but I have a second repo that used to contain a walk-through for how to make a VCO that uses very little CPU and has no audible aliasing.
I also have a paper on tips for writing plugins that don’t waste a lot of CPU that many people are familiar with.
I moved all the papers, and some new ones over there, so they are in once place. They are now at: GitHub - squinkylabs/Demo: A collection of code and articles of interest to VCV users and developers.
While I was at it, I finished a short paper on the evils of DC on the output of audio modules (and how to get rid of it), and a paper on the effect of delays in the VCV-HOST module, and how to avoid getting into problems with that.
As has always been the case, the section on the demo VCOs has lots of general information on how to measure aliasing using a spectrum analyzer.
Hopefully these articles will be interesting to some people. I have tried to keep any obvious “Squinky Labs propaganda” out of there.