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Grains (NZ) jamming on the upcoming 3.2 Deluge firmware

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Ian_JorgensenIan_Jorgensen Wellington, New ZealandStaff Posts: 362
edited December 2020 in News

Grains having a jam, showing a few upcoming 3.2 firmware features:

  • Euclidean sequencing & performative step entry possibilities (knob dial rather than grid input)
  • individual kit row lengths
  • moving an entire 'row' of steps in a kit horizontally (in addition to currently being able to move all steps in a kit, and one individual step)
  • New playback directions: reverse and ping-pong (can be set individually per clip)
  • Not shown here but in same workflow, random playback options coming also.

Anticipated firmware release, early 2021.
More features being teased soon.

Grains: https://www.instagram.com/grains_nz/

Post edited by Ian_Jorgensen on

Comments

  • 2
    PhilPhil Montréal, Québec, canadaPosts: 83

    🤩

  • 1
    OdoSendaidokaiOdoSendaidokai BerlinPosts: 305

    Thanks a lot for sharing 🌻

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    22tape22tape Posts: 43

    Oh my!

    <3

    Thank you for all the hard work!

  • 2
    Ian_JorgensenIan_Jorgensen Wellington, New ZealandStaff Posts: 362

    Exciting times :) can't wait for people to play with this one :)

  • 1
    BonatiBonati NYCPosts: 8

    Really amazing, can’t wait - thanks for your work!

  • 1
    djAziddjAzid AmsterdamPosts: 28

    Can't wait to play w/ it B)

  • 1
    PuppeteerPuppeteer Perth, West OzPosts: 38

    Oh awesome. This will add a lot of options to sequencing.

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    fatbenjaminfatbenjamin United KingdomPosts: 2

    Role on 2021! More fantastic features to the wonder worker Deluge!

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    SalaendoInterCitySalaendoInterCity DresdenPosts: 10

    Really was hoping for this. Nice we r going to have it soon :)
    Keep it up!

  • 0
    WhiteDonkeyWhiteDonkey United StatesPosts: 1

    Sooo excited about this update! Thanks for continuing to work on the Deluge!

  • 0
    Joe_SheepJoe_Sheep AVL USPosts: 9

    Give it to me! I dont care if its like playing cyberpunk 2077.
    much love, looks great!

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    hoprockerhoprocker californiaPosts: 2

    Oh man. That Cartesian sequencing is truly juicy. I picked up a Squarp Pyramid to experiment with putting that in my arrangements, but the interface really doesn't speak to me like the Deluge's does. So excited.

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    FABºUdaFABºUda ItalyPosts: 13

    @hoprocker said:
    Oh man. That Cartesian sequencing is truly juicy. I picked up a Squarp Pyramid to experiment with putting that in my arrangements, but the interface really doesn't speak to me like the Deluge's does. So excited.

    ON the interna Squarp Pyramid is a marvelloys sequencer but in fact its such a boring tool if you have really not many devices to control...... In substance : if you don't have budget for enough synths Pyramid can be killing your process.

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    shippy_trappershippy_trapper viennaPosts: 9
    edited January 13

    ON the interna Squarp Pyramid is a marvelloys sequencer but in fact its such a boring tool if you have really not many devices to control...... In substance : if you don't have budget for enough synths Pyramid can be killing your process.

    i enjoy the pyramid a lot as a companion to my deluge B)
    and it truely shines for me when it comes to midi-fx.

    try f.e an arp fx with a chance fx for random pattern generation. u can animate all fx parameters in fx step mode.
    or try a track with 5 lfo fx
    you can map each to a different cc and learn these to f.e to different synth parameters on the deluge
    you can control each lfo seperately and also animate parameter in the fx step mode.

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    HerwrHerwr New ZealandPosts: 3

    Ive been itching to get a Euclidean sequencer for ages (long before I got a Deluge), and so really looking forward to the drop on this.
    I just saw the 3.1.4 release and had my fingers crossed, but sadly not yet. If you need a NZ based beta tester, let me know ;)

  • 0

    Love it!

    Nice to see Grains using the same trick of grouping kit samples via a muted audition pad!

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