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Showing posts with label Jasmine & Olive Trees. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Jasmine & Olive Trees. Show all posts

Saturday, November 18, 2023

Traffic Water Hotel | by Jasmine & Olive Trees | 'eurorack module of 2023'.

video upload by Cinematic Laboratory

"There are hidden gems out there by companies that did not exist a year ago. This, my dear friends, is a diamond. Lost in traffic, shaped by water and hiding in Room 2C of a dark hotel with Doorman that speaks triggers. Confused? You won't be after watching this video.

Featuring #intelljel #sealegs"

Tuesday, November 14, 2023

Making Modular Breaks and Builds With Some Special New Additions

video upload by knobula

"Its November, it's freezing outside and I'm getting my case ready for some performances next week. New additions to the case are Jasmine and Olives's Water, and a Knobrecorder from Flame. Both providing much needed CV polyrhythms and twisted CV loops for the cause."

Thursday, August 03, 2023

Eurorack cv presets - Traffic, Frames, Morphader, VC Transitions

video upload by John Schussler

"With the arrival of Traffic, a new module from Jasmine & Olive Trees, I find myself with several modules that do similar things around 'cv presets.'

The scenario I'm considering today is putting a single module (e.g. Basilimus Iteritas Alter from Noise Engineering) into different 'states' by simultaneously changing multiple cv inputs going to the module. This way you can get multiple 'instruments' out of a single module, in this case a variety of drums and percussion, which can then be sequenced.

There are other modules that do this as well (e.g. Endorphines Total Control), but these are the ones I happen to have. So, grain of salt and all that.

Sequencer is Pittsburgh Modular Micro Sequence. Clock source is Pam's Pro Workout.

00:00 Intro
00:20 Traffic
04:52 VC Transitions
09:08 Morphader
13:00 Plancks II"

Wednesday, July 26, 2023

Jasmine & Olive Trees Water (a demo)

video upload by Martin Doudoroff

"Informal, unofficial, unauthorized demo of Water for Eurorack modular synthesizers

00:00 intro (how it seems to work)
09:07 melodic demo (three pitch sequences)
12:48 drum voice demo (parameter sequencing the BIA)"

Monday, June 12, 2023

Make a Eurorack drum machine in minutes with Traffic by Jasmine & Olive Trees

video upload by Tom Churchill

"This video is about Traffic, by Jasmine & Olive Trees, a new maker from Barcelona. Traffic is a trigger-based CV controller that makes it really simple to set up three different drum or percussion sounds in a macro-oscillator like Mutable Instruments’ Plaits or Noise Engineering’s Basimilus Iteritas Alter, and then control them with individual triggers from a sequencer. But it’s definitely not limited to those modules, and in this video I’ll show you a few ways I’ve been using it with other sound sources.

This video isn’t sponsored; I bought the module myself and have no affiliation with Jasmine & Olive Trees. You can find out more about it at"

"Trigger-based CV controller with random modes.

Imagine having 3 triggers that will instantly set a BIA or Plaits as a kick, snare, and hi-hat. Using Traffic, you can effectively control multiple sounds from a single oscillator using triggers, much like a preset selector.

Traffic features 3 rows of 3 knobs, with each row having an output for the values of the knobs. You can select the active column of knobs using the trigger inputs. The three outputs are simultaneous, making Traffic a 3 channel controller or sequencer. Plus, the trigger sum output sends a trigger whenever there is a trigger in any of the inputs, ensuring seamless synchronization of triggers and CV values."

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