I’m glad you are enjoy it
I’m new to PD and Organelle myself (though not DSP/programming ;)) so still exploring its limits/character.
There is a part of this that is due to the hardware - the organelle, is running at much larger audio buffer sizes than MI hardware, this means that the ‘control rate’ is also higher , i.e. we are only getting knob movements every 2ms (?) rather than on hardware where its sub ms, which is where the steps come from.
as you say, I can smooth the values, but this may make the knobs feel slow/laggy especially for larger movements… id need to test this. (this is a bit of ‘trivial pd’, so quick/easy to test)
another way (more complex) way might be to split the audio buffer up into sub buffers, then smooth the movement of the turn over those sub buffers … this should retain the feel, but will cost more cpu - how much will depend upon the external.
anyway, I wanted to get most of the patches/externals ‘out there’, but I do plan to refine them, and also to make different patches that use them in different ways, as you’ll know from your eurorack, these modules alone can be combined in so many ways to create fantastic instruments (and we still have other PD things we can ‘throw into the mix’)
however… after the first pass of these modules, I want to work on something else (for organelle) that will help me dramatically improve the usage of these (and other) modules - but no details on that yet, as its still in the ‘idea/design/planning’ phase.