infinity …but if the developers want to add more features and keep us updated …that’s good too
So it doesn’t necesseraly has to be 1 feature , but I understand you want to keep the pressure down .
Really curious how this will turn out .
Might be a big game changer
However, I’d rather see that they focused on the Redux plugin in the future - and Renoise’s Content Library building features.
Some people - including me - have suggested features that make Renoise more like a conventional DAW. I’ve stated that I’d prefer to see Renoise evolve as a DAW rather than as a tracker, however that conclusion was based on the premise that Renoise would continue to be a closed and self-contained application. Now when Redux is announced, I see more potential in this app than in Renoise itself.
So, what I’d like to see for future 3.x versions is this:
90% of coding spent on features pertaining to Redux and Renoise’s Redux compatible features (i.e. both Redux and Renoise).
10% of coding spent on one single new feature in Renoise only, maybe anchored in the old backstage voting system - but not with such grand features like linear arranger and stuff, more a list that the devs themselves decided with some 10 features that people could vote on and argue about in regard to priority.
For now, I would like that, too. Not that I have any say in it. But, ideally, Redux will be wildly successful enough to pay for it’s own dedicated coder and the rest of the crew could focus on other things. Like martinis, Renoise, keeping Conner from digging under the fence and getting loose in the street and scaring all the neighbor kids, helping some on Redux… maybe some more Renoise…