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#1 Man

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Posted 23 January 2018 - 04:44

Is this feature on the menu?  I don't want to re-assign 96(!) knobs and faders for a song.  I already assigned a bunch of them and saved them as a template song, but that was after I made a lot of .xrns files.

I guess it could be done manually by copying & pasting lines inside the .xml file, but that would be a bit tedious.

This should really be done inside Renoise imo.

 

What do you say devs?

 

[edit]

A copy and paste using Microsoft's XML editor doesn't work, Renoise says the file is corrupt.

I pasted <MidiMapper> -> </MidiMapper> into Song.xml and saved.  Re-Rar'd the file but no donuts.

 

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Ok, the culprit was WinRAR, it messed up the xrns file when compressing, I used WinZip and the copy+paste works now.

Still, kind of "messy".


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Posted 23 January 2018 - 11:10

I guess you're unaware that this is built into Renoise - 

try opening the MIDI mapping dialog (CMD/CTRL+M) and look for the "load" and "save" buttons..? 

 

So you would open your template song, save these mappings to a file and apply them (load) as needed. 


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Posted 24 January 2018 - 19:37

D'oh! And to think I recently read the whole manual and saved some midi mappings only a  month ago ... I'm like a mad professor without the professor bit. :)







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