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Hi all - I thought I heard this mentioned in one of the superbooth videos that you could record jamming and it would essentially show up in the arrangement page. The arranger is SOO amazing but to me this would be more organic to get the main elements of a song down then drill down and program in fills, sweeps, etc later.
Please forgive me if this is already possible and I missed it.
And THANK YOU for your amazing instrument Rohan and the Deluge crew!
Hi gang - any chance someone would be willing to repost a link as the original link is down (well, now behind a paywall?) Pretty please? Thanks!
I completely agree with this - and there are already affordable products that would make this fairly easy to do - like the Keith McMillan midi expander. And for functionality - after you cycle through all 16 main channels it would go to 1u (for usb) - 16u.
The one drawback is that you couldn’t charge it via usb but that’s really a minor issue as you could use a power supply instead.
I am glad someone brought this up - the Deluge is my master clock and my TR8S kept restarting once I unmuted a track, and after spending a lot of time on this, the easiest solution is to have an empty dummy track ummuted to prevent it from happening. Because once the first is unmuted, I believe it generates a midi start message that all subsequent sequencers obey (in my case TR8S, Octatrack, machinedrum.) And the solution is simple and elegant, but you have to remember it when playing live!