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  • Keep an eye on little and logical issues, and complete functions

    hope someone in New Zealand finds motivation in this thoughts, the critics is completely justified.
    I am still not able to find a progressive workflow cause little things in Deluge are not brought to the end.

    But of course: We all love this machine and respect the work of the developers and they gave us the feeling that wishes and thoughts are listened to and yes the firmware history still gives me hope that the story is not yet at the end.

  • new skin stretched over old bones - Welcome (back) to the Machine - Pink Floyd - Deluge REMIX

    Well done in times of busy lives and often uninspired electronic music :)

  • Played a full original deluge live set (75bpm lofi downtempo)

    interesting aproach but I can´t open the file

  • A MAGIC TRICK!! - rediscovering the mighty Deluge

    @hexagon5un said:
    I just discovered that each note in an arpeggio can have its own velocity value by hitting keys at different speeds. This makes for some very cool syncopation-esque effects when some notes are loud and others quiet. Inserting very soft notes essentially puts gaps in the arp.

    Playing around with mapping filter cutoff to velocity right now, which is making a kind of "automation" like effect, but playable on the fly.

    (This is only tangentially on-topic, though, because you can tweak the velocity values just fine in standalone Deluge mode too... Just really fun to play it live.)

    In Standalone Mode if I tweak velocity values in ARP mode over the grid by holding note and turning <>, then all ARP notes have the same velocity as the "root" note?
    The ARP just adds Octaves internally and all have the same velocity...
    or where did I get you wrong?

  • Count In recording

    I have a Kit with only Klicks onbeat that I mute when I don´t need it - but of course you are right that this is far away from a "Count In REC" that other machines have got,