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Can we have multi-sampling/ velocity layering, to create more nuanced sounds/instruments for playing with an external controller with velocity sensitivity ?
Is it possible to have more midi learn mappings per track before getting the "FULL" message ??
That'd be WELL SWELL
Is there any possibility that the screen could have text 'scroll' across ?
Would be great to see full filenames etc.!
Here's a link to Adventure Kid's huge collection of single-cycle waveforms to load into the Deluge as a synth, by switching the sample playback mode to loop.
Quote DocRompler underneath here regarding instructions for use with Deluge:
1. Set one or both oscillators to "sample"
2. Select any of the waveforms as the sample
3. Set the sample mode to "Loop"
4. Transpose the oscillator down 2 semitones and 2 cents, or up 10 semitones
5. Turn the volume of the oscillator down to about 25 as these waveforms tend to overdrive the amp. This is especially true if they're used polyphonically.
If u benefit from it, consider supporting his hard work and the fact that's he's giving these out for free
Here are my neatly polished Moog Minitaur samples - (single cycle) waveforms
Long wave samples and single cycle waveforms that loop perfectly. Multiple octaves of C note.
Share audio/ patches if you make something cool with em!
I prefer using the longer waveform-loops myself as they capture more of that subtle 'analog movement', but I made the single-cycles as well just to try and feel the difference
There's only one DAC i.e. the headphone can't be independent from the main out.
However, you can output clicks with a gate output to headphones - make a kit track with a gate row (hold an audition pad, press CV button), input notes and extend them unto each other to make the clicks sound best.
If you hold shift and press an audition pad it will be silent Both with kit rows and synths. And also, if you open the file browser right after last touched was silent, the sample previewing will be silent as well
@cypher79 You're missing the point; automation of start/ end points is a part of it. And it's THE number one top rated request (108 votes currently), along with setting of loop points, in the same post
"Turn the volume of the oscillator down to about 25 as these waveforms tend to overdrive the amp. This is especially true if they're used polyphonically."
And get the Inspektor Gadjet version of the samples in the middle of this thread, they're already tuned to C.
Personally I keep them in subfolders. Sometimes I listen thru, sometimes I pick random ones, sometimes I'm searching for something