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  • Drums patterns sequencing

    My own 2cents about that flat/basic feeling: try to use at least 4 bars for variation, make sure you're using slightly unquantized hits - especially for hiphop. Also you can add a very fast delay time with a little bit of feedback to something like your snare and it will sound a little fuller.

    Hope this helps a little at least

    another 2 cents>
    1. change velocity (volume) of certain pads to bring out variation in volume like the hats or ride
    2. Even less volume for ghost notes on the snare
    3. Use the random command, say for example on the high hat to mix things up a bit
    4. Use some reverb on some parts like snare or bass drum but not all parts so gives some variation in depth
    5. Pan over some drum parts over to the left or right
    6. Snare stacking - have 2 or more samples (e.g. snare + clap + woodblock) sounding at once

  • El viento de la luna II - Ambient track for Deluge, Monome Norns and Piano

    Quite beautiful!!
    <3

  • Deluge Pro... maybe possible?

    drawing automation parameters, yes to that!

    Just a "slightly" better screen. That's all it needs.

    @xybre said:
    I suggest maybe pairing it with a Faderfox and a Touche instead of adding a bunch of stuff to the hardware unit. Much more modular and portable and more flexible.

    Hope Synthstrom might consider producing their own Deluge companion controller?