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What is the maximum number of layers per key in keyzones?


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Posted 16 March 2017 - 20:19

What is the maximum number of layers per key in keyzones?

 

I'd imagine that its up to 127 is that right?



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Posted 16 March 2017 - 21:25

There is one problem with this. per note column renoise can only plaback 12 samples at the same time. this includes overhead release stage samples, it can partially be lifted by (ab)using phrases. silly limitation, I hope one day we can config this from 1-255 as would suit our needs and cpu potency for each use case.

 

Other than that I just stacked 338 empty samples ontop of each other by frenzy clicking little add new sample button (remember, each gets its own keyzone layer, default to whole range), renoise became a bit slow to react to the mouse though my computer is quite potent, but it didn't seem to complain otherwise. But the playback limitation makes such numbers of layers useless atm...



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Posted 30 March 2017 - 03:49

Thanks. 12 is easily enough for me anyway, plus I think my windows tablet probably isnt able to handle 255 per key, like a super accurate, realistic hi-hat recorded at 255 levels of 'openness' or something like that.