Precise control of parameters with upper/lower rotaries, esp stutter, and midi note for pitch?
Hi all, amazing device. Is there a clever way to get precise and predictable control of parameters that are being controlled with the upper/lower rotaries? For example, before I press the button to switch Stutter on I'd like to be able to know what time-division it is about to give me. Similarly, I love using Custom 1 to change the pitch of a kit: but precise control is hard if not impossible, partly because it's very sensitive, and partly because there's no visual feedback on the semi tone shift being imposed. Is there a clever way to get some visual feedback? And even better for the pitch change, is it possible to map it to midi notes? (Or some predictable change, perhaps if I was using an external controller... is there a controller that can send, at the press of a button, a specific value for a specific MIDI CC controller number? Anyway, I'd rather do it all in the box...).
As I said, the deluge is an amazing device, just pushing the limits, I guess I'm trying to make it act a little more like an Octatrack, producing predictable perturbations of the sounds during a performance at the press of a knob or button... If it's not possible, no harm... every box has its own opportunities and limitations, some seem arbitrary, but I guess we must respect that all are determined by the guiding mind of the designer that created the glorious whole!