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downrush software and using flashair cards

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minigoatminigoat cincinnati ohio usa
Anyone know about using the flash air sd cards as far as it affecting the deluges sample read write performance? I like the idea of wireless transfer ect but dont want extra bugs or lag time ect to deal with. So is using downrush and a wifi flashair sd card just the same as using a standard sdhc card?

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    It's SLICK my bro! Just the same, in my experience.

    Just get the newest FlashAir version, W-04. (Max speed = Read: 90MB/s, Write: 70MB/s)

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    minigoatminigoat cincinnati ohio usa

    hmmm...yeah, i might have to try it out then! maybe after i become more familiar with the deluge.

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    LjkLjk Austin Tx USA

    i imagine there would be. i want to try it for myself which will be soon. im sure Jamie would be transparent with you if you asked him.

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    minigoatminigoat cincinnati ohio usa

    i've been using the w-04 card for a couple of months now.
    I havn't noticed any lag in read/write time. I dont use the wifi pass thru.
    I have had files go missing, which I cant account for. Not placing direct blame anywhere, so take that with a grain. i wouldn't use the wifi card live.
    i recognize this is developmental wares, and i'll consider myself a Deluge newbie for a long time really, so its really hard to say if any hiccups are a result of the deluge, or the card. im aware of this, and keep my expectations in check and run downrush at my own risk. i use it, id say 95 percent for wireless file transfers.

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    Yeah, no lag tho.

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    I use samples extensively on the Deluge, more than anything else. I've got 30GB of samples on the SD and haven't had any unreasonable problems

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    My compositions are usually based on samples, if that wasn't clear. I use things like ambient background recordings that are 30mins up to an hour or more.

    I don't know what to think about you, quite frankly my brodie bro

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    You're just a giant poopnugget smothered in crapnoodles :)

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    Yeah whatevs, you can have the last word fool

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