Leonardo Gabrielli released LOGinstruments, a bunch of new modules for the free modular software synthesizer VCV Rack.
Provide a DC offset for math purposes
Comparator module (2x)
Britix – the British Matrix
This plugin hosts two different matrices. The top matrix, Britix OP is meant for evaluating expressions of the input signals: the pins have different colors to indicate different operations: sum (RED), difference (BLUE) or product (BLACK). Each row goes into one output. One additional output, called Sigma collects all the previous outputs. If we put, e.g. a red, blue and black pin at positions A1, B1 C1, respectively the output will be:
OUT1 = (INA+INA) + (INA-INB) + (INA*INC)
This can be useful to compute mathematical expression, square some signals and so on.
The bottom matrix, Britix-IO is just an input-output matrix so that each pin connects one input with one output. If we put all the pins on row 2 we will have:
OUT2 = INA + INB + INC
This plugin is meant for visualizing the Discrete Fourier Transform of a signal. The processing is based on KissFFT source code and employs a Hann window over 2k points. There are two independent channels available and the graph can be plotted on a linear frequency scale or a logarithmic frequency scale, with zoom and adaptive grid. All data is in dB.
Satirical module. Push the button for instant gratification and say goodbye to Winston.