External control to resample clip by clip, ultimately automated?
I love creating on the Deluge, but for various reasons, I typically transfer the project as individual audio tracks to my DAW to finalize. The manual seems to indicate that I should be able to control parts of this process from an external controller – Section 12.4 Global MIDI Commands discusses global commands such as PLAY and REC (both of which I'd need), and also includes this bit but does not elaborate:
Other MIDI control functions are also available, for example, Song specific functions:-
• Launching of clips or sections. <--I definitely need this too
• Muting / unmuting clip rows on song mode. <-- and this
• Playing one sound in a kit clip.
• Playing a synth belonging to a clip.
Whereas the manual does provide a step-by-step for mapping CMD options like PLAY and REC, there's nothing further about these "other MIDI control functions." Am I missing it somewhere? And it says "for example," meaning there are others, right?
My thinking is that if I could do the following from an external controller:
1. solo a clip
2. issue Resample+Play 2x (to stop after exactly one pass of the clip)
3. unsolo the clip
4. advance to the next clip,
...then I'd be able to create a Keyboard Maestro macro to automate this process for me, and I could hit some keystroke and walk away and, you know, do some lifesaving humanitarian work or maybe just some doomscrolling with all the free time I'd gained.
What I'd really love is a built-in Deluge macro to do this for the loaded Song – hit a button combo and have it sequentially solo-resample each clip to the card (oooh, into a folder called [Project Name] - XXXBPM), ready to drop into a DAW.
Thanks for any info you can provide!