14 modules found


Coffee Twinned2

A sequencer with pair of 8 step notes, gates, randomisation and polyphonic input.

SequencerPolyphonicRandom

Coffee Juice

Select one of 16 sets of 8 fixed voltages, based on a CV input.

PolyphonicUtility

Coffee Some3

From a polyphonic input, when triggered, mute a number of the inputs, based on a probability

PolyphonicRandomUtility

Coffee Fork2

Compare an input with a threshold and output one of two other inputs.

LogicUtility

Coffee Tap

Three push buttons to control tree triggers and gates.

Utility

Coffee Some2

On trigger, based on a CV input, between 0-n input is passed to outputs.

UtilityRandomLogic

Coffee Fork

Provide two inputs and a probability/chance, will output one, when triggered.

UtilityLogicRandomSample and hold

Coffee Set

Dual offset and scaling with CV control.

UtilityDual

Coffee Tumble

A chain of up to 8 pulse countdowns, which can produce bursts of triggers or gates.

UtilityClock modulatorLogicSequencer

Coffee Together

An 8 channel, 4 group sequencer, with triggered randomized movement.

UtilityClock modulatorLogicRandomSequencer

Coffee Some

From a group of active inputs, when triggered, mute a number of the inputs, based on a probability

UtilityRandom

Coffee HiLo

Given one or two inputs, output the maximum and minimum voltage.

Utility

Coffee Travel

On trigger, take two samples and interpolate an output

UtilitySlew limiterSample and hold

Coffee Between

On trigger, out puts a random CV value between two values.

UtilityRandomSample and hold

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