I realize it's unlikely that it'll happen anytime soon, if at all, but I thought I'd make this suggestion, and at least it -seems- like a pretty easy module to add.
It would be really useful for Caustic's modular to have a module that's just a single knob, presumably from -1 to +1 with a notch at 0. It would have an input and an output on the back. If the input was used, it would function as an attenuvertor and multiply the incoming value by the knob value and send to output.
If it had no input, it would just output the flat value, which would be really useful for some automation chains where, for example, you want to have the same value for the mod input of three oscillators, but with an increasing delay as the original value is changed. Right now this is not doable from a single control, you have to automate them separately, but with this new module I could route it through a couple of delays and achieve this and then there'd only be one thing to keep track of.
I'm convinced that a flat value output knob would be amazingly useful in all sorts of other ways too, it's something I've wanted a couple of times.
I've tried to replicate this with all sorts of fancy setups, most using an un-noted oscillator, but nothing seems to work for an adjustable constant value. If someone else has done it, please let me know.
Edit: Okay, not more than 5 minutes after posting this I find a post by Paulovski proving that I could actually make a constant value output with only three module slots, a dadsr envelope and a 2-1 mix, which are pretty common so maybe indeed this can usually be squeezed in as one module slot on anything that already uses a dadsr. Thanks Paulovski!
That said, it would still be nice to have, and a lot more intuitive if this were a module in and of itself, and I haven't quite figured out inversion yet either.