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I'm assuming that most of you here have watched the Deluge videos available on youtube, but for those who didn't see this vid yet and who are, like myself, fairly new to sound design: the 'single waveform cycles' ability for both oscilators seems pretty interesting to me and while playing with it, it gave me some very interesting sounds:
Here is the link to the single cycle wf mentioned in the video:
I'll be posting some results soon!
I didn’t realize 2.0 would be the next update! Really excited now. Was prepared to wait a few versions for these features but this is great.
They seem pretty fast in implementig ideas and request by the community.
I didn't regret buying one for a second!
It perfectly fits in the workflow I was looking for.
it would yield the best fidelity if you were to play renderings at their original tempo.
I wanted to use a sample with original bpm of 128 in a song with 144 bpm and experienced some quality loss in the sample.
I found out for it to work/sound good, it's best you dail down the bpm of the song to the samples original bpm, insert the sample in 'time stretch'-mode and dail up the tempo back to 144.
Works like a charm!
I do understand the suggestion, though I like the way its presented now.
As an example: in the song mode you can see a 1-bar track playing twice while a 4-bar track will only be halfway.
I would really dislike to lose the song mode as it is, it's a sequencer and not a DAW right?
I'm I the only one here that prefers it like it is?
An option to arrange song sections would be nice though.