Modules for VCV Rack
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Stellare Modular modules for VCV Rack

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Music Thing Turing Machine

The Turing Machine module is based on the amazing Music Thing's Turing Machine Eurorack module by Tom Whitwell. We recreated the modules based on the original schematics of the Mk2 version. Besides the main module we also created the two Mk2 expanders: Volts and Pulses.



The link module is a very simple module which provides a 'link' connection with a link enabled application like Ableton Live. It will allow you also to connect two or more VCV rack instances on different computers together which are connected in the same WLAN or LAN. In order to sync perfectly we added a Offset control so you can compensate for any latency introduced in the Link connection.

Installation under Windows

The Link module will not work out of the box on Windows due to the difference in build systems of VCV Rack and the Link Library. We provide you with a special DLL which needs to be copied manually to the folder where you installed VCV Rack. After extracting the archive, copy the link-wrapper.dll to the installation folder of VCV Rack(eg C:\Program Files\VCV\Rack). Then restart Rack and the Link module will show up under Stellare Modular.


Blank Panel

A beatufiul Stellare Modular blank panel to spice up your VCV virtual rack.