^I second that, a huge part of vst synths are wavetable synths anyway, a sampler in which you can't even see the sample your working with.
Play other VSTs instead of samples?
Posted 01 July 2015 - 11:43
Posted 05 July 2015 - 14:35
I'd say using Redux just as a MIDI sequencer would be like using a rocket launcher to kill a fly.
Don't tell me you wouldn't want to try this at least once...
Also, I would prefer to drive a shiny sportscar in reduced-traffic areas because, well, less traffic
To be fair, it's better than no sportscar at all, so... So I guess the best route to take (ha!) for me will be creating 2-/4-pattern demos in Renoise and then export all the VSTi's to use them in Redux (in Ableton).
Posted 15 August 2015 - 12:24
I so agree with msk here. I'd really love this hybrid way of working. I would absolutely love to have Redux as a tracker based drum sequencer to use with EZDrummer or Superior Drummer, and linear (?) sequencing for everything else. IMO a tracker is so easy to use for programming drums and the routing possibilities in Renoise are awesome for use with Superior Drummer, in that you can have a track for each instrument (kick, snare, overheads etc.) and have different effects on each individual track, AND group all of them to have group bus effects. To have this power directly in my DAW would be amazing. I'm old and set in my ways and have a hard time wrapping my head around various work-arounds
Please, please, please consider this!!
Posted 16 August 2015 - 23:03
Is it somehow possible to use other VSTs as sound source for Redux instead of samples? So far I haven't found a way to do this...
Can you use a VST inside a VST? Like a plugin inside a plugin? I didn't know that's possible.