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Hi all, might be missing something but AFAIK there's no way to name a MIDI or CV track in the Arranger view. You can name Synth and Kit tracks by holding the track's audition pad and pressing 'name' (pos 12,6) but the shortcut doesn't work for the other track types. Would be useful for keeping a hold of what's going on in big arrangements!
I find it frustrating to have to adjust the level of each clip, or kit sound, individually when I’m finishing the mix of a track. If I finish an arrangement and realise my bass synth is too loud overall, or the EQ is wrong or whatever, it’s annoying and inaccurate to have to go back and adjust it over multiple clips.
I would like to suggest the button combination SHIFT + AFFECT ENTIRE, which would cause all parameter changes to be reflected across all clips that use that same preset. AFFECT ENTIRE could flash to indicate this is engaged.
So if I’m in clip view for a bass synth, I would press SHIFT + AFFECT ENTIRE and any parameters I change would also be changed on all the other clips with that bass synth preset.
If I’m in clip view for a kit clip, and decide my snare is too loud overall, I would press SHIFT + AFFECT ENTIRE, hold the relevant AUDITION pad, and be able to tweak the level / verb / parameters across all clips for that sound only.
In song view, with SHIFT + AFFECT ENTIRE engaged, holding a row and manipulating parameters would have the same effect.
Started a new thread for this but thought I'd add it to this one too as it's a similar idea. I thought of using SHIFT + AFFECT ENTIRE to enter a mode where all parameter changes affect all clones. The control would be relative - increasing or decreasing existing automation by the same amount) unless you pressed the gold knob, which would write the value across all clips. Holding an audition pad in kit mode would allow you to adjust automation of all clones of that sound only.
I feel like this is a good solution as it retains the current architecture of the Deluge, would give the user both options of having parameter changes tied to clips AND propagating across clones (because having them tied to clips is super fun) and also allow automation trim on clips, which is currently not possible.