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  • Thank you SynthStrom!

    I put some 120 hours to this box. The box is miles deep but very short distance to achieve or tweak great organic musical results.

    The more I use it the more I like it. Almost every aspect of DELUGE is very well though out. I’m lefty and the UX is great for me. Some annoyances became gotcha moments when I realized WHY it was done that way.

    Rohan is genius.

    He, as a creator has to watch and observe all the recent groove boxes to make a device like this. Or “they” the SynthStrom have a great artists to decide on designs and workflows. I know he is not along and is surrounded by great bunch so credits to them too.

    I really wish for long long road for this product. I hold my finger crossed for great management team behind the scenes to be able to crank hundreds of these puppies . To crank them fast to show the big corny guys in EU and Japan how good DSP and UX can work together. So we users don’t need to wait for Circuit Pro, shell out $$ for 2+ electron machines, do petitions for Electribe or hopelessly live with half baked visions of some roland products.

    The other companies that make lovely, creative products are Teenage Engineering, MakeNoise and Bastl.

    The same way as you (Synthstrom) were able to revolutionize single music making box you could revolutionize the firmware updates process.
    What I mean is that I would PAY for a firmware that implements xy features I or other users requested. This way you can add more developer resources to keep growing up. You can have a default firmware that ships with deluge and then you have 2-3 firmware plus packages for people who are coming with great suggestions and are willing to pay for it.

    Thanks again!
    FunkTree

    Ian_JorgensenSam
  • Line-in able to do audio thru?

    Myrk you can erase or rename the synth patches so 0 is saved. Once I'm allowed to make video on this I will include all of this in it.
    Sam
  • Removing SD Card from Deluge

    @Sam said:
    Hi @Birdzeye! It's spring-loaded so all you have to do is push it in :)

    Thanks for your reply. I'd pushed it, but it hadn't popped out on the first attempt so I wanted to make sure I wouldn't damage it. It works fine now! :)

    Sam
  • Full 12-note scale possible?

    press scale and it turns off scale mode into chromatic. I wish I could set it by default, because every time I add a new track it defaults back to scale mode on lol

    Sam
  • Seattle Patchwerks Synth Meetup

    Yesterday, 7/16/17 I attended a synthesizer meetup in the Seattle area where enthusiasts all came to show off their gear and play with other rigs.

    I took the opportunity to show off the Deluge and got lots of oOoOs and AaAahs. Lots of positive responses, lots of people overwhelmed by the features to really dive in. There was an overwhelming positive response to all the record input options as well as battery operation mode. Lots of "that thing is so small!" and "you already have one?!"

    All good things, I think the Seattle community was really impressed about the instrument and what is still to come.

    SamIan_Jorgensen
  • Seattle Patchwerks Synth Meetup

    Yesterday, 7/16/17 I attended a synthesizer meetup in the Seattle area where enthusiasts all came to show off their gear and play with other rigs.

    I took the opportunity to show off the Deluge and got lots of oOoOs and AaAahs. Lots of positive responses, lots of people overwhelmed by the features to really dive in. There was an overwhelming positive response to all the record input options as well as battery operation mode. Lots of "that thing is so small!" and "you already have one?!"

    All good things, I think the Seattle community was really impressed about the instrument and what is still to come.

    SamIan_Jorgensen
  • Thank you SynthStrom!

    I put some 120 hours to this box. The box is miles deep but very short distance to achieve or tweak great organic musical results.

    The more I use it the more I like it. Almost every aspect of DELUGE is very well though out. I’m lefty and the UX is great for me. Some annoyances became gotcha moments when I realized WHY it was done that way.

    Rohan is genius.

    He, as a creator has to watch and observe all the recent groove boxes to make a device like this. Or “they” the SynthStrom have a great artists to decide on designs and workflows. I know he is not along and is surrounded by great bunch so credits to them too.

    I really wish for long long road for this product. I hold my finger crossed for great management team behind the scenes to be able to crank hundreds of these puppies . To crank them fast to show the big corny guys in EU and Japan how good DSP and UX can work together. So we users don’t need to wait for Circuit Pro, shell out $$ for 2+ electron machines, do petitions for Electribe or hopelessly live with half baked visions of some roland products.

    The other companies that make lovely, creative products are Teenage Engineering, MakeNoise and Bastl.

    The same way as you (Synthstrom) were able to revolutionize single music making box you could revolutionize the firmware updates process.
    What I mean is that I would PAY for a firmware that implements xy features I or other users requested. This way you can add more developer resources to keep growing up. You can have a default firmware that ships with deluge and then you have 2-3 firmware plus packages for people who are coming with great suggestions and are willing to pay for it.

    Thanks again!
    FunkTree

    Ian_JorgensenSam
  • usable BPM settings

    oh and If you want to get a stereo chorus with losing the delay effect, set delay to following

    Type=DIGI
    PING=On
    RATE=45-48
    MODSRC=LFO1 (LFO2)
    MODval=6
    AMOU=10-20

    Ian_Jorgensen
  • am I patching correctly ?

    1. on a kit track select a sample/row/drum (same to me) by clicking the right audition pad
    2. push the main black encoder (next to the display) to get to editing of THAT selected drum sound
    3. choose OSC1 by pushing the encoder
    4. find the TRAN parameter again push the encoder
    5. you will see basic tune of selected drum/sample. It will be on 0.00 (you can manually pitch the sample by octave 12.0 down two octaves -24.0 etc but don’t do it now)
    6. push the knob again
    7. rotating the knob you see ALL modulation sources for frequency of the sample
    8. choose LFO1 and push again
    9. change the value from 0 to say 25
    10. you should hear the drum sample being changing pitch

    You can repeat this for LFP->FREQ PAN, almost ANY parameters that you see.

    Ian_Jorgensen
  • How does one delete an individual drum sound from a kit?

    A. Take the version of the kit before you added the hi-tom. Example kit=20b if you're messed one is named 20c.
    B. if you know how to edit XML files and you don’t have previous kit in format 20b:
    1. Remove SD card from deluge and put it in your computer
    2. go to the kit folder on your sd card (via computer)
    3. copy a kit file with problem e.g. KIT020.XML to KIT020A.XML
    4. Remove the sound section from the KIT020A.XML file
    5. It would be something like this:

        <sound> (starts at line 36 approx)
          <name>whateverthenameis</name>
         sound definition here (approx 160 lines)
        </sound>
    
    1. Put the SD card back to deluge.
    2. Now you should see the new kit named 20A with no extra drum on the bottom. (Kick should be the first on the bottom)
      C. wait to hear from guys at synthstrom
    Ian_Jorgensen