CV Toolkit Update Adds New Modules, New Scales & More


Spektro Audio let us know about a new update for CV Toolkit – their modular synth control app for Mac & Windows.

CV Toolkit 1.2 introduces a new Virtual Slot System. It lets the users change the modules inside the slots to customize the whole interface to their own needs.

Developer Icaro Ferre has also added:

  • 4 new modules (CV Recorder, Comparator, Morphing VCO and Clock Generator) that can be accessed via the Virtual Slot System;
  • 8 mode scales to the CV Quantizer;
  • Pitch Bend support; and
  • many minor improvements to existing modules.

Here’s a video intro to CV Toolkit 1.2:

CV Toolkit is available for US $19.99. See the Spektro Audio site for more info on the update.

If you’ve used CV Toolkit, leave a comment and let us know what you think of it!


13 thoughts on “CV Toolkit Update Adds New Modules, New Scales & More

  1. I’ve been used the CV Tool Kit for a while! It’s a very creative tool and a good and cheaper alternative to control modular, semi modular and monophonic synths with CV input!

    1. Hey dude, Icaro from Spektro Audio here 🙂

      I actually thought about making a virtual module based on the Maths / Dusg however the problem is having aaaaall of those inputs and outputs on the interface. A Maths clone would require 6 inputs and 11 outputs. I’d either have to make a super huge interface or just have 2 inputs and 2 outputs and let the user select for what he’d want to use those for.

      What do you think? 🙂

    1. Hey Atomic Shadow!

      I’m sorry about that. The minimum requirements for Windows is Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7 machine with a Pentium 4 or Celeron compatible processor or higher and 1 GB RAM. Keep in mind that those are minimum requirements but more complex patches may need more CPU and memory.

      I’ve ran CV Toolkit on Windows virtual machines on my 2011 Macbook Pro and it worked great so you don’t really need a lot to run it.

  2. It’s a fantastic application and well worth the price if you have a DC coupled audio interface or an Expert Sleepers module. The new modes and scales are a welcome addition. I’d love to see it as a plugin or collection of plugins.

  3. Anyone know a cheap DC coupled card or one that can be easily hacked to be DC coupled? Have used demo of ES DC offset plugin with a rectifier circuit but CV toolkit looks more like my thing.

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