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  • I have the following configuration: Seaboard Block (any mode) -> standard USB cable (I've tried several) -> Synthstrom-provided USB host adapter -> Deluge 3.0 -> power. Does not work. The Deluge recognizes the connection ("MIDI"). …
  • Coming over from another thread where I had proposed my own solution to this: Using the knob to change the note length from 3 steps to 1 (or 5!) would probably be very difficult to integrate with the Deluge's existing approach, and with the goal …
  • @Icoustik said: The up/down moves the note. So no. Yeah, I just figured that out. Well, some other knob else maybe. Or hold the pad down and PRESS-dial <> ? I disagree about holding a note and turning a knob, that would …
  • @p_wats said: The manual isn't wrong if 32GB is what Synthstrom supports. Someone pointed out you can use larger cards if you format differently, which is a bit of a hack, so Synthstrom may not want to be responsible for people formatting their c…
  • @Icoustik said: Because two button presses shouldn't always be needed for extending notes, hence the first operation, and how would extending from one page to another work if not with the <> operation? I think you are confusing nec…
  • @feijai said: * I can't figure out how to wrap note lengths. That is, i can't click on a note at beat 12, then extend its length to beat 4. Am I missing something? @Icoustik said: 7) Hold <>-knob and press where note s…
  • @pikey said: -1 on having a bunch of 'are you sure' questions blocking all actions. I would prefer having the back button be able to undo these type of actions. I would prefer that too. However as a software developer I'm only too aware …
  • It's good to hear that > 32GB is supported on the Deluge: perhaps the manual should be changed (it says 32GB max). The main issue, I guess, is that neither OS X nor Windows will format for FAT32 on > 32GB; you have to use a custom formatting …
  • On Gizmo (a little arduino project I made) I have a "Are you Sure?" stage for many destructive operations. The Gizmo has an OKAY and a BACK button. If you perform a highly destructive operation via OKAY (or try to exit without saving via BACK), Gi…
  • @Ian_Jorgensen said: @feijai said: Please consider a "large print" version of the shortcuts -- and of the small text above and below the little buttons on the top section too while you're at it. We sell overlays …
  • I would like to second this. The Deluge's synthesizer facility is not easy to program. I have been loaned a Deluge and was all set to write a patch editor for the synthesizer in Edisyn and make it available as free open source to the community -…
  • I do not own a Deluge, but have been loaned one for a while by a friend. It has the new panel. I think it's a fun machine but it has a few showstopper flaws for me which sadden my greatly. One big one is that the shortcut text is effectively un…