NEW MODULES (highly probably more then I'm telling here as my "sync" didn't work right lately)
"blepped3" and "blepped4"
Two new versions of the native oscillators that use the "bleps" method featuring a couple of more goodies.
First of all.. 4 or 5 waves in a single oscillator. Depending on the oscillator: sine, triangle, saw, square and PWM.
Blepped 4 has inputs for quick multiplying, dividing and octaving of root frequency. Blepped3 has pitch-offset and beat-offset inputs. Both are very useful when doing FM/AM. FM-width is root-frequency-dependent. Both oscillators can FM themselves, which enables eg. the sine to turn into a saw-wave.
Also features a soft-sync that's kinda PLL.
Anyways, take a look, they can create quite a lot of timbres!
A dual-input (X/Y) control recorder for 16 output channels that I created for my doepfer MTV16 midi2CV module to have a 16 channel knob-recorder.
Both channels have individual inputs for:
-"rec": when high, starts recording, when low stops recording and starts looping the recording. Use a clock-synced latch before the "rec" input to beat-sync your recording. Max record length is the total table-size divided by 16 (=pretty long).
-"dub": overwrites the recorded buffer, but keeps the same length, looping back to the start of the buffer when it passes the pre-recorded buffer length.
-"channel": output channel (1-16) selection for the recording.
-"steps": sets the amount of steps the whole recording will be divided to. So eg. when set to "12", it forces the recording into 12 steps although the total recording might have a length of 16 beats. Use step=0 for continuous output.
continuously sends out the 16 inputs as midiCC messages. Be warned though! It's as quick as it possible could.. so any more midi messages probably mean wrong or missing midi-messages..I created this to be used with the ctrl16Rec and the doepfer MTV16. For direct use, just keep channel to 1 and cc to zero. No need to change anything on the doepfer.