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synth shortcuts view with parameters grouped by led colour

poldensteinpoldenstein italyPosts: 39
edited September 2018 in Deluge Software Suggestions

the synth shortcuts printed on the panel can get very difficult to read when the D is on.
how about a memory aid in the form of a screen view where all the synth parameters buttons are grouped by LED colour? (shift+learn+synth could open this synth edit view, where one could access every parameter directly by pressing the button, without having to press shift or audition pad all the time..)

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    amiga909amiga909 Central EuropePosts: 1,063

    good idea.
    alternative UI suggestion that wouldnt require a new command:

    • when in sound edit mode, hold shift to show the synth edit view. means: track notes view is hidden and param buttons light up as poldenstein describes. if a param button is pressed while shift is held, sound edit mode changes to that param as usual and track notes view is visible again.
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    amiga909amiga909 Central EuropePosts: 1,063

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    amiga909amiga909 Central EuropePosts: 1,063
    edited December 2018

    ux idea:
    after entering sound edit mode via select knob push or shift+pad combo while shift is held synth shortcut color view is displayed.
    means you have to enter sound edit mode first. then hold shift as u have to do to switch to another param.

    • no new command
    • dont interfere with all other shift combos like instant mute
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    amiga909amiga909 Central EuropePosts: 1,063

    just thinking about a possible UX for "Shortcut view".

    if Shortcut view is sticky in Sound edit mode it is not so good. removes the possibility to record using the Select knob and seeing the notes is important for recording CC.
    updated sketch:

    in dark environments the shortcut labels are not readable, bad for live performance. pad lights would be so helpful for me.
    btw, color scheme is an experiment with accessible colors, learned at work almost 10% of all people are colorblind in some regard, troubles with differentiating green and red being the most common.

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