Specs

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Ian_JorgensenIan_Jorgensen Wellington, New ZealandPosts: 36Staff

SYNTHESIZER
* Full-featured internal synthesizer engine (subtractive and FM).
* Polyphony limited only by CPU. Typically up to 48 synth voices or 64 unaffected sample voices may play.
* Live adjustment of synth and effect parameters with two endless-turn encoders with LED level-meters.
* Easy buttons to select the functions these control.
* Parameter automation recording.
* Arpeggiator
* Dedicated volume and tempo knobs.
* LFOs and envelopes on each synth / sample. Highly customizable modulation matrix.
* Synthesizer engine features LPF / HPF, FM, arpeggiator, portamento, oscillator sync, ring modulation, unison detune, and more.
* Four basic waveforms, or select any WAV file from the SD card.
* FX including delay, reverb, chorus, flanger, phaser, bitcrushing, sidechain effect, live stutter, and more.
* Keyboard mode, where the pads become a live instrument on a 2D grid.
* Preset or custom scales, or chromatic mode.

SEQUENCER
* Piano-roll-style sequencing on 128 full RGB pads (16×8) with scrolling and zooming.
* Sequencing limited only by device RAM (many thousands of notes).
* CC control and sequencing on all 16 MIDI channels
* Advanced syncing capabilities. Non-standard time signatures supported.
* Adjustable swing

SAMPLER
* Loads samples from SD card (up to 32GB SDHC).
* 64MB of sample ram – work with up to 12 minutes (if mono) of CD-quality samples per song.
* Time-stretching
* 5mm mic, ¼” line inputs and microphone.

CONNECTIVITY
* Two ¼” line outputs, and 3.5mm headphone output.
* 2x CV outputs. 0 – 10V, individually configurable to between 0.01 and 2.00 volts per octave, or to hertz-per-volt.
* 4x gate / trigger outputs individually configurable to v-trig or s-trig, with shared voltage switchable between 5V and 12V.
* Trigger clock output configurable, up to 192 PPQN.
* Trigger clock input, also with adjustable PPQN.
* MIDI input and output via hardware connectors or USB. Syncing via MIDI beat clock as master or slave.
* Simultaneously output separate sequences to all 16 MIDI channels, 2 CV / gate channels and 2 additional gate outputs, in addition to internal synthesizers / samples (limited only by CPU and RAM, as above).
* Powered via USB or 9 – 12V centre-negative (pedal-style) power supply (500mA) (not included).
* User-upgradeable firmware – expect updates from Synthstrom Audible.
* Internal speaker, rechargeable Li-ion battery* (6+ hours of operation).
* Printed manual of software 1.1.0 is included.
* * For international customers battery is not included: LG D1 18650 3000mAh 3.7V Unprotected Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) Flat Top Battery
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DIMENSIONS
* Dimensions: 305mm x 208mm x 46mm (12 x 8.2 x 1.8 inches).
* Weight: 1.5kg

Comments

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    ironaidanironaidan aucklandPosts: 2

    Hi Ian,
    Where you list the synthesizer and FX features and it says "and more", is there a complete list somewhere? I would like to work through all the different effects and see what they do individually.

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    Ian_JorgensenIan_Jorgensen Wellington, New ZealandPosts: 36Staff

    Hey Ironaidan, I guess just the manual is the best source for that? This isn't meant to be an exhaustive list above.

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    Does anyone have the dimensions of the power inlet? Is it a 2.1mm diameter, 2.5mm, etc?

    I have a power cord that kind of fits, but it's very loose and I don't think I'd want to rely on that.

    thanks

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    SamSam WellingtonPosts: 94Moderator, Staff

    Hi @oldgearguy! It's 2.1mm :)

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    WalliWalli Russian Federation, Nizhny TagilPosts: 2
    edited January 6

    In Russia, do not sell the battery LG D1 18650 3000mAh 3.7V.
    Found with such characteristics: Electro-chemical system: Lithium-Ion Size: 18650 Capacity: 3400 mAh Voltage: 3.6 V.
    Tell me, is this battery suitable and can I operate Deluge without a battery?
    https://www.dns-shop.ru/product/5b80c5f46ffb3330/akkumulator-robiton-18650-3400-mac/

    P.S. Where can I see the photo of the lower side of the Deluge, to see how to insert the battery?

    Post edited by Walli on
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    IcoustikIcoustik NorwayPosts: 230

    If it's a flat top, that battery will work. But as far as I know, the battery is included with the Deluge now :)

    And it can run without a battery as well, with a 9-12v center negative power supply

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    WalliWalli Russian Federation, Nizhny TagilPosts: 2

    @Icoustik said:
    If it's a flat top, that battery will work. But as far as I know, the battery is included with the Deluge now :)

    And it can run without a battery as well, with a 9-12v center negative power supply

    Thanks, I just ordered Deluge

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    IcoustikIcoustik NorwayPosts: 230

    Nice!

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