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  • The "sounds like the synths of the past" comment reminded me of a previous discussion. I still have no idea what "modern sound" is, or how it's different from old sounds, and you obviously want the Deluge to be more of the former. I wonder if Ro…
  • Workaround? If you recorded the song at half speed, you'd have 0.5 BPM resolution, etc. Ideally, you'd want to slow the piece down by 10x so that the decimal places would line up right, but you can probably figure it out on 1/8th speed. 120 BPM…
  • Euclidean patterns are great for sequencers with very limited interfaces: you just enter 4:16 and you get beats spaced out as close to evenly as possible over the bar. If you want to mimic this on the Deluge: set up the loop length and then distr…
  • @Robber40 said: Not a replacement... just but an easy removable desktop stand Love that stand idea. STLs anywhere?
  • My understanding of the Euclidean sequencing thing is that it's fitting N notes into M beats as evenly as possible, while still having each note fall on the beat. The way the note repeat works is to just jam a full set of N notes into N (sub-) beat…
  • I bought mine in November or so, in Munich. Having to fork over €100 in cash was actually a bit of a surprise to me, but my wife and I scraped it together. Other than that, shipment was super fast and problem-free. Unlike most of the sketchy el…
  • @Icoustik said: @hexagon5un Clip volume plays a part as well in addition to the OSC volumes. ...they all end up in and through the DAC (digital-to-analog converter) on their way out, which is where the internal clipping happens. As long as th…
  • Fantastic! I wish I could send you a beer. Can't get enough of those 6144th notes! Like, literally. You can't get enough of them to even fill up half a screen...
  • It's really easy to overdrive the Deluge early in the chain, and it sounds bad. What @MatthewGeorge said is right: drop the OSC volumes until it doesn't distort when you're hammering it. I was playing around with the Adventure Kid waveforms as a…
  • I think you'd have to record two or three tracks if I understand what you want. One that starts with no 'verb, and one that starts with the reverb tails from the end of the previous loop. Then you fire off the first one once, and can keep runnin…
  • Not helpful reply: I don't experience the mic-recording-with-stereo problem at all, and I do a lot of line-in recording. Having a plug in the line-in should silence the microphone -- it's normalized. Can you just load the recorded track in as an…
  • @FuMusic: I get what you're asking for (after reading this through like seven times), and it would be pretty cool, but I also guess that it would be incredibly hard to implement. The split between kit, synth, and midi/cv tracks is pretty fundamen…
  • Really liked Nut in a Nutshell. I was listening to a John Digweed Transitions episode around the same time, had to get up, turned it off, and discovered that I was playing your tune instead. Just sayin.
  • I love the pad/colors/matrix to folders for browsing idea. No idea how it would/could be implemented, but the idea of nearly instant access from the grid-pad is brilliant. Folders, section markers? I don't mind as long as I don't have to scroll th…
  • @tacharon said: @hexagon5un said: As a possible workaround, you could add identical/template "midiKnob" data to each of the instruments that you're interested in editing, and assign then different MIDI channels. I use …
  • @funkymothers said: @hexagon5un said: Per-screen MIDI assignment is great for programming, because it simplifies the remote interface and reduces the number of MIDI faders/knobs required, but is strictly less flexible in a performan…
  • The great advantage of the way MIDI control is currently set up (per track & parameter assignment) is that you can control two or more parameters of different tracks simultaneously. Use case: change the filter cutoff of two different tracks s…
  • The "6 step" option is the one I use all the time. It's no hassle at all. Once you've set the input to stereo, it stays on stereo, and a new audio clip comes armed to record by default. Presumably you've been recording/playing the MIDI track in qu…
  • This entire thread is based on a mistake: the OP put the output into the pad inputs of his ADC. I'm glad he got that cleared up! But it's not a Deluge thing. Meanwhile, some other folks thought they would help by mentioning the default velocity…
  • Hi Amiga909! Just downloaded your version of the soundpack, and it "card" errored out on me after the first few samples in. I had everything in the right places, etc, and it took me quite a while to notice that the non-working samples all had ve…
  • Check out the newest video on the Synthstrom channel about playing around with the sidechain signal. It's also a dirty hack, but it's awesome.
  • Don't really know the Boum, but I know voltages. The Deluge's gate does what it says on the box. Amiga's idea of a drone does pull the gate constantly high (v-trig). You could also set gate 3 to "run" mode and it'll do the same thing. High conti…
  • The extra octave copies seem to be at the same velocities as the original note, so you won't notice it if you're doing a one-note disco bassline thing, for instance. But play two notes at once, one with a lower velocity, and you'll notice that al…
  • "The logical way to do this is to clone the clip and delete all but one sound in each of the clones." What about making a new kit track with just the voice you want in it (new kit ..sample..browse) at the same slot/note as it was in the original,…
  • That video looks great. Both the nudge and on-the-fly ratcheting are implemented super-intuitively as well. Great design. Thanks Synthstrom folks! Oh, and that on-the-fly reverb in the dubby demo is a great trick, completely independent of the…
  • If you're in song mode, you can hold "learn" and the mute/launch button for the track you want to launch. Then press any key or button on a MIDI controller. Bam, mapped. It's just like doing it with the sections, but a row over. (Is that wha…
  • Awesome! That bit with the drop out at 4:05 made me rewind a few times. Still not sure I understand what happened, but it's a fantastic effect. Now you've got me wanting to look into VCV rack...
  • Your first idea, that it's stuck on, sounds right to me. It's very hard to imagine any way that this could be firmware related. You need to figure out how to un-stick it. You're sure that the little rubber button isn't sticking to the case? …
  • @amiga909 said: however most instruments sound exactly the same as when you load them from Icoustiks share. Oops! Sorry Icoustik, and apparently Ron, for overlooking that it was your work. (At least in the translation.) Thanks Amiga f…
  • Wow! Just watched the video, downloading now. That set sounds fantastic! Did you just use your bash script straight-up on the samples or was there more per-instrument finessing necessary?