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Some additional commands for the Popular Commands section in the Deluge manual:
ARRANGER VIEW Clear Arrangement Push ◄► knob + Back Horizontal instrument shift Push ▼▲ knob + turn ◄► knob Audition instrument Press Instrument’s Audition pad (song's root note or a snare drum in kit mode) Drag “unique” Track-instance to song view Hold Grid pad + press Song + turn ◄► knob + release Grid pad SONG VIEW Drag Track-instance to arranger Hold Grid pad + press Song + turn ◄► knob + release Grid pad since 2.1 Collect and backup media Press Save/Delete + long-press Save/Delete since 2.1 Record to Arranger Hold Record + press Song TRACK VIEW: SYNTH MODE Save synth preset Press Save/Delete + SYNTH since 2.1 Load entire folder as a multisample synth Hold Select in file browser TRACK VIEW: KIT MODE Save kit preset Press Save/Delete + KIT since 2.1 Load entire folder as a kit Hold Select in file browser since 2.1 Apply parameter change to whole kit Hold affect-entire while changing parameter (POLYPHONY, MODE, REVERSE, SPEED, PITCH/SPEED)
This is exactly what happens with Ableton Live when hitting record and jamming in session view. Everything spits out recorded to Arranger view and you have you starting point of a song to make individual tweaks on in the Arranger. I was also hoping this what what 2.0 would do. Would love it in an update. I can build song sections and tracks in song mode and jam them live then have it all conveniently spit out to Arranger for finalizing and fine tuning.
- on a kit track select a sample/row/drum (same to me) by clicking the right audition pad
- push the main black encoder (next to the display) to get to editing of THAT selected drum sound
- choose OSC1 by pushing the encoder
- find the TRAN parameter again push the encoder
- 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)
- push the knob again
- rotating the knob you see ALL modulation sources for frequency of the sample
- choose LFO1 and push again
- change the value from 0 to say 25
- you should hear the drum sample being changing pitch
You can repeat this for LFP->FREQ PAN, almost ANY parameters that you see.