Stellare Modular has released three new modules for VCV Rack, the free, multi-platform software modular synthesizer.
Music Thing Modular Turing Machine
The first module is a software version of the Music Thing Turing Machine, right.
The Turing Machine module for VCV Rack is based on the Eurorack original, designed by Music Thing Modular’s Tom Whitwell.
Stellare Modular created software versions of the main module and the two Mk2 expanders: Volts and Pulses.
The Turing Machine is designed to generate random voltages that can be looped and modulated via CV.
The software versions are based on the original schematics of the Mk2 modules.
Ableton Link Comes To VCV Rack
The second module, Link, is a very simple module which brings Ableton Link support to VCV Rack.
Link provides a ‘link’ connection within VCV Rack to Lin- enabled applications, like Ableton Live. It will also let you connect two or more VCV rack instances running on different computers, but are on the same WLAN or LAN.
In order to sync perfectly, the developers included an Offset control, so you can compensate for any latency introduced via the Link connection.
The module set also includes a Stellare Modular Blank Panel. The initial release includes binaries for Windows, Mac and Linux and works with VCV Rack 0.5.0.
Pricing and Availability
The Stellare Modular modules are available as free downloads from GitHub. If you use the modules, you’re encouraged to thank the developers with beer money via Paypal.