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I've put some Flexor "Tools" modules on different pages where (I think) they fit better:  

Absolute Val, MultiVal, ValMonitor: Mix&Gain/Meter and Modifier/Constant

Half Inverter: Mix&Gain/Modifier

Matrix4x4, Matrix8x8: Mix&Gain/MixMatrix

Mix Draw 16, ModMix2/4/8: Mix&Gain/Mix

ModSwitches, Note Driven Switch, ThrSw 1to2, ThrSw2to1: Mix&Gain/Switch2

SampleDelay: Effects/Delay/Delay Flexor

dspLoad 7.70/4.40/4.40

for smoothing control or Midi controller signals.

Poly 16

dspLoad 12.90/9.80/9.70

applies elasticity to control signals.

Optimized for non-audio-rate signals.

Poly 16

dspLoad 20.60/17.40/17.40

Similiar to Elastic Val. Two Instead of one in/outputs (Xmod and Ymod resp. OutX and OutY).

applies elasticity to control signals.

Optimized for non-audio-rate signals.

Poly 16

dspLoad 6.70/3.60/3.50

if Freez knob is lit -> current value is locked.

For use with a S|C seq Gate module, a gateOr module is required.

Adern help-textbox: “It can also transform an incoming LFO waveshape into various new shapes, by feeding the gate input with an additional, slower or faster, LFO.”

Poly 16

"converts asynchronous signals (such as constant value, note, velocity, gate and so on…) to synchronous signals (audio-rate signals). This is useful for connecting modules that modular refuses to connect." (Adern Manual)  Poly 16

"converts synchronous signals (audiorate

signals) to asynchronous signals (such as constant

value, note, velocity, gate and so on). This is useful for connecting modules that modular refuses to

connect." (Adern Manual)  Poly 16

dspLoad 1.80/1.90/5.00

"M/S Encoder converts a stereo signal (left / right) into a

m/s signal (middle sides). This is done by placing the Left

channel at the center (middle), adding the right channel in the left and subtracting it on the right (sides) and attenuating everything by half." (Flexor Manual)     Poly 16

dspLoad 1.80/1.90/5.00

"M/S Decoder converts an m/s signal (middle sides) into a stereo signal (left / right). This is done by placing the Left channel at the center (middle), adding the right channel in the left and subtracting it on the right (sides)."

(Flexor Manual)     Poly 16

dspLoad 10.00/6.90/6.80

"Michu's Avoider is a module designed to combine 2CV signals in such a way that each signal's strength attenuates the other signal (which 'Avoids' clipping). In

other words, as each of the input signals gets further away from 0 amplitude it attenuates the other input signal more. When both inputs have a signal, the A+B output contains both signals combined plus the individual outputs A and B provide a form of ring modulation (where both outputs are unique). If only one input has signal present--the other input has 0 amplitude--then Avoider allows the signal that is present to pass through unchanged to the output that corresponds to its input (A or B) as well as output A+B." (Flexor Manual)     Poly 16

dspLoad 8.00/4.90/4.80

"Freq 2 Note converts a Frequency signal to a Note

signal. This module is ideal for filter tracking that includes

glide and fm information." (Flexor Manual)           Poly 16

dspLoad 2.50/5.80/2.50

"Note 2 Freq converts a Note signal to a Frequency

signal. This module is ideal for oscillator pitch modulation." (Flexor Manual)                              Poly 16

dspLoad 0.90/0.90/1.20

"Scale Tuning is a microtonal pitch processor that can

alter the pitch of individual notes to create custom tunings. This makes it ideal for creating various exotic scales, symmetric scales, pentatonic scales, Arabic maqamat, Indian ragas and so on. It is equipped with dozens of scale presets to act as starting points for your microtonal explorations." (Flexor Manual)             Poly 16

Flexor Textboard is available in 2 versions, one with the ability to rember text in presets, and one without.

Flexor Textbar is available in 2 versions, one with the ability to rember text in presets, and one without.