Some friends of mine just launched this microcontroller-driven multi-purpose wavetable-based module called Via recently: https://starling.space/via
There’s one hardware platform and four faceplates with corresponding firmwares. So you can swap the faceplate out and flash the firmware and switch up between each of the four modules. (They made a desktop app that does the flashing etc to make this easy.)
They have all of these versions available as VCV rack implementations too, Omri Cohen has an in-depth overview of those here:
There’s a ton of docs here that go into depth: https://starling.space/via/diy
And of course the store where they are offering the module now: https://starling.space/shop
(DIY kits are forthcoming soon.)
They’ve been working on this for almost 2 years and I’ve been happily watching the development while they got deeper and deeper – so deep they decided to split the damn thing into four parts… but there’s a lot of love here, and I don’t know how to even begin explaining really what’s available.
At the core there’s a 2d morphing wavetable osc with phase-locked tracking of analog inputs and a really well thought-out collection of wavetables… but yeah it does a lot of stuff. Disable looping on the osc and you have an impulse-triggered drum module… they have a library of esoteric scales which can be used to drive frequencies or rhythms… it’s neat!