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Constant clock send

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Could we have an option to send a constant clock from the deluge, and have the play button start on the next clock pulse? I have slaved arpeggiators and they will only work if the deluge is in play mode which prevents practice or testing of riffs without having the deluge in play.

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    (off/on topic) This is one of the best things I added to my hardware setup... A bit pricey but totally worth it.
    https://www.e-rm.de/midiclock

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    MyrkMyrk Taunton, UK

    I actually like a bit of jitter, it adds character :P

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    PancitoKill85PancitoKill85 Buenos Aires Argentina

    This would be an outstanding feature added!

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    MyrkMyrk Taunton, UK

    So I'm sure there must be a lot more hardware users on this forum now who would love to be able to use their synths arpeggiators without having to have the deluge in play mode - please up-vote this post as this feature is quite a big game changer for people controlling external gear!

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    dest4bdest4b Frankfurt, Germany
    maybe like this:

    if you press play on deluge it sends a new midi start signal on the next 1of4 and of courst starts the deluge sequencer itself.
    also in playmode a resend of the clock start at 1of4 could be cool if any mashine is out of sync.

    www.soundcloud.com/dest4b

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    tacharontacharon Hamburg

    I am using an external E-RM midiclock, which solves this - but having the option inside the Deluge wouldn’t hurt either. However, when synced to an external MIDI clock (or such a steady internal clock, if active), it should be possible to Stop at any time while further tracking the incoming (or generating the internal) clock - and pressing Play should wait for next bar to actually start the Deluge. I am aware that there are hardware solutions for this too (e.g. from audiowerkstatt.de) but progressive devices like the Deluge should integrate such extremely useful functionality for live performances.

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    MyrkMyrk Taunton, UK

    I'm aware of hardware workarounds, but the issue is the tempo's are saved to the songs. You'd have to have a piece of paper with track numbers and tempos on it, which to me just seems ridiculous :tongue:

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