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Overlay For Synthstrom Deluge

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Synthstrom Deluge Overlay

Oversynth is offering a wide range of Overlays for your Deluge. The Deluge is an extremely complex and sophisticated musical instrument that usually requires the user to memorize dozens of control combinations in order to access the various command functions.

To help users remember these commands, Oversynth developed a simple color-coding and shape-coding cipher system to express control combinations using short, simple graphical phrases.

Each of the encoders is assigned basic colors such as purple, red, green, blue, etc. User actions are assigned shapes such as ‘square’ for pushing the encoder like a button, and ‘circle’ for turning the encoder like a knob. ‘Star’ is used to indicate the push+turn action.

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Overlay For Synthstrom Deluge

The overlays make use of high contrast graphics and large fonts for easy viewing in low light. The overlays are printed on a highly durable, waterproof, and 100% recyclable polyester sheet. The matte finish is designed to minimize reflections from ambient light for maximum readability.

The overlay is printed on a highly durable, waterproof, and 100% recyclable polyester sheet (not vinyl, fiber, or plant-based).  The matte finish is designed to minimize reflections from ambient light for maximum readability.  If the overlay becomes dirty, we recommend gently wiping it down with a soft cloth moistened with water.

We do not recommend cleaning the overlay with isopropyl alcohol, which may damage the artwork. Based on our testing, the following substances will severely damage the artwork if left on the surface for an extended period of time: tea tree oil, acetone, nail polish remover, bleach, household cleaners, and hand sanitizer.

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Overlay For Synthstrom Deluge

Overlay installation takes only a few minutes.  Simply remove the front panel knobs using an M1.5 (metric) hex key / Allen wrench, remove the backing from the adhesive strips on the backside of the overlay, place the overlay on top of the Deluge, and then re-install the knobs.

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“Reckage” Dark Ambient Sound Pack for Synthstrom Deluge

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West Coast Style Synthesis, Dark Ambient, Dystopian Soundscapes, SciFi, Deep focus, Investigative, and Contemplative

“Reckage” Dark Ambient Sound Pack contains 51 original patches for the built-in synth engine of the Synthstrom Deluge synthesizer.

Explore the sonic ruins of broken technology and abandoned energy experiments using only the built-in sound engine of your Synthstrom Deluge synthesizer.  No samples are used in this sound pack.  The sounds make heavy use of AM and FM synthesis, Ring Modulation, Distortion, Noise, Atonal Harmonics, and Stereo and Delay Effects.  Many of the sounds are textural in nature, intended for use as soundscapes, pads, drones, sound effects, and background treatments.  There are also a few ‘traditional’ sounds like bass instruments for playing simple baselines or melodies beneath the other sounds.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

Once the sound pack has been purchased and downloaded to a folder on your computer, simply transfer the 51 *.XML files to the “SYNTHS” folder on your Deluge’s SD card (power off the Deluge before removing the SD card).  Do not transfer the folder, just the individual files.  Put the SD card back in your Deluge, and turn on the power.  The synth sounds should now be available for use.  Note that the individual sounds are labeled with the letter “R” as a prefix (for “Reckage”).

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Synth Jam – A Day On Mars

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A Day On Mars

Join me for a day out on Mars as we will follow those smart little robots Spirit Rover and Curiosity as they discover the Red Planet. This Saturday Jam starts with an ambient wave sequence from the Korg Wavestate followed by a thumping beat from the AE Modular. The final part of the journey is supported by a song composed and performed on the Synthstrom Deluge.

I’m so happy that I again found the inspiration to combine these three amazing instruments into one coherent performance. It took a whole day to experiment, patch, tweak, practice, perform and finally mix and master the video. Even though I had to do it from good old Earth, it was a day well spent!

Everything performed live, recorded into Audacity and mixed in with the video material from NASA using Camtasia.

tangible waves produce the AE Modular synthesizer system which offers a true modular electronic instrument at an affordable expense. Join the wonderful and accommodating community on AE Modular Forum to discover more about AE Modular.

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