What are they?
They are custom built modules for Cherry Audio’s Voltage Modular software synthesizer. In addition to a wide range of “factory” modules, Voltage Modular supports user-created modules, allowing independent developers to create a wide range additional modules. It’s an aesthetic that’s very much in keeping with “real” Modular Synthesis where bespoke modules abound.
BCI has recently joined the Voltage Modular ecosystem and has (or will shortly have) the following selection of modules available in the Voltage Modular Store:
A very simple oscillator that implements Karplus-Strong algorithm to simulate a plucked string.
For more information, see the BCI KString information page.
A 3 channel, 16 step trigger generating Euclidean Sequencer. Add a clock source and percussion oscillators of your choice to explore the realm of Euclidean rhythms
For more information, see the BCI ERings information page.
A digital oscillator using the “Adventure Kid” single-cycle waveform collection as it’s wave library. There are several thousand (!) waveforms spread across 65 banks. The oscillator supports up to 7 voice unison with adjustable detuning.
For more information, see the BCI AWaves information page.
BCI TMachine & Expansion Modules
A random CV sequence generator modeled after the Music Thing Modular Turing Machine, and it’s companion pulse generator, voltage generator and mixer expansion modules.
For more information, see the BCI TMachine information page.
For more information, see the BCI SpectroMorph information page.