Stoermelder's PackOne v1.1.0 - new module MIDI-CAT


I will look at your code and study the new APIs,
then I will be able to see if I can recommend something to do …

Oh wow, this is very interesting! It took me a few moments to understand what it means, but wow, very cool!
I’ve just downloaded the Windows build, and it works. I hope to try this more deeply in the evening.
Thank you for this!

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Very cool dude.

Even if probably its against a real “porting” from virtual to hardware.
Not sure what @Vortico think about this :slight_smile:

Anyway… I’ve a question: would it possible to introduce a “trigger out” when rec start/end?
So we could sync recordings with the start of some session (i.e. start a Kick when I start to rec/modulate some param).

I as far as I know is Andrew working on a CV Timeline module which is a sort of arranger for CV items. The idea is that Rack should work as a standalone system without need for a DAW.

Trigger out for recording is no problem. I just have to look how to add it to the panel.

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Linux build here:




Thanks :wink:

Updated to test-build 1.0.1c, added docs for ReMOVE. Links in the first post.
Only bugfixing will be done until release as v1.0.2 in a week or so.


If anyone wants to test the ReMOVE module before release to VCV Library:
Recent builds for all platforms are now available at my GitHub-repository!


Thanks for the modules Ben!
It seems to me that the pingpong mode doesn’t work in Remove module, is that normal behavior?

Hi! It just tried it and it seems ok. Can you elaborate a bit more?

ok, works for me now, I just have replaced phase input by simple RUN trigger and now it works)

Yes, when using PHASE you have full control of the playhead, so PLAY, RESET and the play modes are inactive. Have fun :slight_smile:
Connect an LFO with triangle output to PHASE and you get the same as ping pong mode!

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Thank you, I lose this moment before! Now I realize that zzc modules have on board, especially reverse button in the clock module, it just reverse the saw actually)
By the way is this possible to implement monitoring through the IN input in the future? I am asking because I am interesting in looping notes from the midi keyboard…and not only. It will be nice to hear what CV is doing with the knob before we gonna press Rec button.
And another thing that came to my mind today - is that possible to merge VCV mapping from Midi map module and from Remove in one knob? For example I gonna map midi controller knob to cutoff knob but I also want record an automation loop with the help of Remove, so it will be nice to combine these operations in one, it seems to me very handy especially in live situations!


I thought about this too but I postponed it for later version. Now that the module is available in the Library I will have a look at it again.

I expected that someone would ask for that sooner or later :slight_smile: I’m not sure about the workflow but I think about it. It is a useful idea indeed!


Just a note on that: You can hook up anything with 0V-10V output on that port. An LFO with saw will behave the same as normal playback, an lfo with triangle like pingpong. Maybe an envelop generator will give interesting results, haven’t tried yet.

Updated in the Library to v1.0.3, changes see opening post.

does this make 1.0.43c4b13 obsolete?

Yes, it is the same code.

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your modules are awesome, I have request for a module but before I opened a issue I want ask here , I m aware the some of the features that I m requesting can be achieved using operators that already we have in the rack, but could be nice if this tools could be available in your plugin to not search for mathematical operators in others plugins packages

this is the concept

is a modulo that can load pre builded interpolations functions (lineal, inverse, exponential, half, etc) and if it is placed between the CV- MAP and the CV-PAM this is what that do

the functions can be concatenated (patched )to achieve more complex functions like
“inverted half quadratic”

(the functions that I proposed are only samples)


Hello David, thank you for concept of this module. I will think about it!
I think you can achieve these curves using Formula from @frank, but I guess Formula is not for everyone.