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Posted 14 February 2003 - 00:17

Is the Renoise file format documentation still going to be released?

#2 phazze

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Posted 14 February 2003 - 00:49

yes, rns and rni formats will be released, as well as our own plugin format

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Posted 22 February 2003 - 03:20

And may I ask when ?

I'd like to use Renoise at my company so I don't have to stay on 98 and can go XP ^___^, so we need the file specs so we can read notes from a .rns file.

So I can make my company register Renoise as well ^___^
(would the register fee be different for a company ?)

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Posted 22 February 2003 - 13:47

then I should move my ass and start writing the specs. the current format is quite confusing because many updates and new stuff required many changes to the basic format. I will write a simple importer in c++ then to make importing easier for everyone.

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Posted 22 February 2003 - 16:44

And may I ask when ?

I'd like to use Renoise at my company so I don't have to stay on 98 and can go XP ^___^, so we need the file specs so we can read notes from a .rns file.

So I can make my company register Renoise as well ^___^
(would the register fee be different for a company ?)

register fee is same for everybody but you can't register it to whole company!

this is because each version is registered to only one person and company usually has more than one :)

anyway please read license agreement to see it all in details (i know nobody reads those texts but that doesn't deny the fact they are here anyway).
note that file format usage will be under some special kind of license too.

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Posted 24 February 2003 - 16:14

Taktik:
Thanks very much !! I'm looking forward to that :)

Phazze:
Thanks for the infos. I'm the only person who would use Renoise at my company, but of course I cannot guarantee that I'll always be the only one...
:)

Thus, when the file specs are released or when .RNS can be imported is it legal if I use my personnal registered copy at my company to produce data FOR THE COMPANY ?

Ps: I'm making a strange ethno-chiptune with renoise right now, mixing hand drawn chip sounds and midi from my sblive :) But I can't set the volume for a midi channel, this is pretty annoying. Is it possible to do so by sending a controller message ? Thanks !

#7 martinal

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Posted 25 February 2003 - 01:00

Use the MidiCCDevice. Read the manual for details.
<span style='color:blue'><span style='font-family:Optima'><b>martin</b> at <i>renoise.com</i></span></span>

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Posted 25 February 2003 - 01:43

Yeah thanks Martinal !

Gotta check that out :yeah: :D

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Posted 16 March 2003 - 11:16

Hello I'm new here :)

seems I'm not the only one looking for the file format specs :P

I need it to write a convertor for my own console music player...
I plan to write also a new VSTi ala "QuadraSid" for a specific audio chip