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  • New Deluge manual / producer guide out now.

    You guys are awesome!! If only our politicians kept promises like you do!!
    Thank you!:)

  • 4.0.0 FIRMWARE OUT NOW!

    Not sure where to post a bug notification. Apologies if it's not here.
    So I noticed on FB, someone mention a crackling /bitcrush noise when scrolling through the TAL Synths... Thought I'd see if this was an issue and give it a go myself. First 30-40 patches loaded up fine as a Euclidean Sequence was playing, no problem. Then reached a point where every new TAL patch I rolled onto created the noise reported. I carried on scrolling through the patches... bitcrush noise remained, until eventually the sequence would play through just once then no further sound was output (despite the sequence still "playing"), then as I moved onto further patches, no sound was output at all and I was presented with the flashing "raM" error message... Even stopping the sequence and restarting does not resume sound, despite the sequence playing again... I wonder if there is some caching going on which is filling up the ram and not clearing old stored samples from it as new patches are scrolled over? It took about 10 mins of scrolling through syth patches, only one synth track running for the issue to reach this point. Oh, also could change to a midi or kit track at this point - RAM message was the only response to any keyed command, so had to restart the Deluge to get it working again.