it sucks if you want to have a note-off after every note you put in, you have to do this manually which takes ages. Is there a way you can tap in notes then straight after you get a note-off?
Only when recording them.
The Imp.Tracker copy and special paste function would have been a tremendous solution in here: copy a selection and then with special paste toggled the selection is pasted on every position that you strike a note with the exact note-offset related to the original copied point.
I suppose you could use an envelope on the sample… Shit work around though…
I think he would like to automatically add the note-off only certain times, not everytime, so the envelope workaround is not what he is looking for. It that would be the case, the envelope would not be a workaround, rather it would be a great solution
Do you use a vsti or a sample?
If you use a vsti you can try to change the sound so that it end sooner if you 99% of the time want it to be released quite soon.
Then you only have to put a noteoff when you want it to be released earlier.
i actually want this auto-note-off thing so I can cure polyphony problems on crap vsti’s.
The NNA doesn’t apply to VSTIs but only to the internal instrument settings for it’s samples, use the Fx command in the panning/volume column instead to control cutting VSTI instruments.
But depending on the vsti, the fx command might also have different effects on it.
sorry, what’s the nna?
New Note Action
actually the note-off does work on vstis. at least it does on mda piano.
but what I want is this (look at pic) so you tap in any note and a ‘noteoff’ will automatically come straight after, this would be so usefull. sadly I don’t think it’s part of renoise (at the moment )
NNA is not specific related to Note-off actions, but some of the forced actions like cut and continue don’t work on VSTI’s when sending them a note-off simply because VSTIs arrange their own instrument envelope behaviour when they receive the note-off (or new note) action.
I was actually confused with another topic where there was a complaint about notes not being cut even when explicitly set so my answer was totally unapplicable in the first place.
Note-offs have been a part of tracking tradition for a long time. Have you tried binding your note-off key to something very accessible and getting comfortable with it? Just a thought.