OPluge - OP-1 Patch on your Deluge
OP1 Patch/ Deluge XML Patch Converter
OPluge is a sound patch converter built for Teenage Engineering OP-1 and Synthstorm Deluge. Feature abilities to convert OP-1's AIF patch format into Deluge's XML format. This converter converts AIF audio file into WAV into a 44100/16bit audio file. Meanwhile generating Deluge XML patch file that contains OP1's settings.
OP1 samples are vastly available online such as website
op1.fun. Make use of those preexisted patches can be a great advantage for the Deluge users.
Compatible to Deluge V3.0.1 firmware release
Automatically ignore patches other then OP-1 drum or sample engine.
Search all the OP-1 patches from given selected directory
AIF to WAV audio file conversion
Maximize sample rates up to 44.1 kHz/16bit
Export Deluge friendly filing structure.
Visualized sample chop graph.
Available on Gumroad
A lot of time and effort in reverse engineering and pattern finding on both devices.
But mostly try and error to match the sound playback to the OP-1 playback.
Please support if you find this project interesting and want a copy of it.
Translated OP1 Patch Settings
OP1 Drum Engine -> Deluge Kit
Drum sample chops (Start/End)
Pitch mapped to Deluge's Transpose
Play mode that can be Once, Cut, Loop
Volume of each sample chop
Sample path generated in XML
OP1 Sampler Engine -> Deluge Synth
Sample Re-trig Start/Endpoint
ADSR (Attack, Decay, Sustain, and Release)
Play mode can be Poly, Mono, or Legato
Virtual environment is installed, running it should be fairly easy
Use terminal and
cd into this directory
For Mac and Linux user run following script
For Windows users run following script
If the following script does not work make sure python3 is installed properly, and
env is pointed activated. Before calling
Sudo Python2 OPluge.py
Sudowith password access is required because of the Audio conversion and XML file generation.
Convert your OP1 patches
In the user interface. There are two panels
and four buttons. It is really simple getting around.
The top console shows found OP1 patches. Also, a queue waiting to be converted into Deluge file
The bottom console shows the conversion status.
Open Folder: Select a folder that contains OP1 patched. Nested folder is fine. It does not have to be organized or sorted. But still, I strongly recommend that each patch is inside a named pack name. Like how this OP1 is used to.
Scan: This scans and search for op1 patches
Convert XML: Assign a place where you would want to save the exported files
Clear Console: Clears both console
Prefix Naming: If insert text like
A1 Then all the output patch names will have
A1 added as prefix. It will look like this
A1Patch1.XML.This is extremely useful as categorizing your Deluge patches. Since Deluge sorts when scrolling through patches. The name with prefix keeps the sample together.
Strongly suggest prefix like
B12... It kinda acts like a bank. If empty, no prefix will be added.
After scanning patches, double click any item in the top console.
If the patch is a drum patch. It will then display a visualized graph
showing the sample chops.
Generated Deluge File Structure
Once the application finishes exporting there will be a new folder saved accordingly.
The naming is something like
Deluge_Export_ and followed by