MLR mode for Deluge
Probably a long shot, but definitively worth asking. A bit of context: I've been a monome user for about a decade now and have been using monome 64 and 128 devices as well as arcs. The killer app for monome in the early days was MLR, a live sampler, looper, and sample mangler. A lot of people are still using MLR or the later MLRV as a composition and performance instrument. One of the "concerns" always was that it's depending on using a laptop as it's based on Max/MSP. Also, because it's a Max-based software patch, some people have been complaining about instabilities with regards to Max versions, serialosc drivers for monome etc. Over the years, people have always asked for a hardware-based MLR, but up to this day something like that doesn't exist.
Now, in my mind the Deluge already contains all the building blocks for a hardware-based MLRV. Already as it is, the Deluge is immensely capable, but if a mode could be added to the Deluge that would make it behave like MLR it would not only add to an already killer device, but it would add an additional potential circle of buyers as well. I've linked the MLRV tutorial video as well as 2 performance videos that should give a decent idea of what this is all about. The last link goes to a github with latest version of MLR and some documentation. Looking forward to all comments.
EDIT: Download link for MLRV on the bottom of this page (which also has a ton more infos): parallelogram.cc/mlrv/