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Hi, what about adding key tracking from another synth track as an additional modulation source?
By muting the "modulating" track we'd have a very powerful free-form LFO modulator (with time length, horizontal zooming and so on).
For smooth modulation this could work like that: if there are pauses between a note and the following, the modulator transitions linearly between the notes, otherwise it jumps.
Please, please re-consider the idea of using note tracking from another synth track as a looping, freely expandable in time, fine-grained as you like modulation source.
By muting that track, it'd become in fact a control sequencer.
- for moving LFO start phase: standard shifting (moving left-right knob while pushing up-down knob)
- for free shape LFO: just "draw" your shape as notes in the grid
- for (pseudo) random modulation: fill the pad grid with random notes
- for extra-long raising modulator: make a 32bar track, with lowest note in the first beat and highest note in the last (the idea here is that key tracking would interpolate in time between non adjacent step values)
Wouldn't this expand the deluge modulation capabilities in countless creative ways?
Here's a basic web app for patch sharing and "preview" upload:
Logged in users can upload and download patches, and upload demo audio clips for their patches (wav files only, less than 16M). Clip playback directly from the browser.
I've recently added instructions to connect a 128x64 1.3' OLED display (https://amazon.it/AZDelivery-Display-retroilluminato-Raspberry-gratuito/dp/B01L9GC470/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1550633976&sr=8-2&keywords=SSD1306) to the Raspberry for displaying active MIDI connected devices by name.
This box works surprisingly well even with chained usb hubs. I am using this trick to control 6 synths with my deluge (3 raspberry usb ports, fourth is used to chain a 4 port standard usb hub).